“The Last Time” for the Rolling Stones?

By bobcat
Aug 29, 2010
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  1. 50th-Anniversary Tour Will Be Rolling Stones' Last

    The band were formed in 1962 and plan to celebrate their 50th anniversary with a world tour, which is set to kick off in 2011. According to reports, this will also serve as a farewell tour. "They want to bow out on top of their game, and not short-change their fans."

    In 2012, Mick Jagger – Keith Richards will be 68, drummer Charlie Watts over 70, while the “youngster” of the group, Ronnie Wood, will have completed 65.

    http://thetvrealist.com/gossip/50thAnniversary-Tour-Will-Be-Rolling-Stones-Last-3112667.html

    Nevertheless, the always controversial group seems to be denying this.

    http://beatcrave.com/2010-07-26/the-rolling-stones-knock-down-retirement-rumors/

    Well, would it be “All Over Now” or “Time Is on My Side” for them?


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