|Dec 5: Bill Wyman at tribute concert
|Bill Wyman is playing at the Jim Capaldi celebration concert 'Mr Fantasy' at the Roundhouse, London, UK on Jan. 21, 2007. Others involved are Steve Winwood, Paul Weller and Pete Townsend. The show is a benefit for a Brazilian childrens charity.
|Nov 26: More Stones shows due next year
|The Rolling Stones are expected to continue their record breaking tour "A Bigger Bang" around May next year, catching up with shows, cities and countries they did not get to visit this summer in Europe. Rumored cities and more details will be published on IORR soon. See the IORR list of rumoured 2007 tour dates.
|Nov 25: Last show of the tour in Vancouver
|Mick said it was the last show of the Bigger Bang tour, as they performed in Vancouver Canada tonight, luckily at the indoor B.C. Place, as the wet snow was saying the Fall Tour was now going more into a winter tour. Keith did three songs for the first time ever, and fans from Canada as well as from all over said goodbye to the Stones in what was yet again an outstanding performance. See reports from Vancouver.
|Nov 23: Final show in USA at Dodger Stadium LA last night
|The Rolling Stones performed their fifth show of their "A Bigger Bang Tour" in the Los Angeles area last night, and the final one of this tour in The United States. Fans brought family and friends, worked their way through heavy traffic in the LA area on the evening before Thanksgiving Day, and got to see a band that had no plans of slowing down. Mick was energic, Ronnie moved and played with excellence, Charlie hammered his drums with perfection, and Keith was strong, thanking his "headman" in New Zealand personally. See reports from Dodger Stadium.
|Nov 18: Final show on US East Coast last night
|Mick Jagger welcomed fans from New York, New Jersey, Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington as the Rolling Stones performed their last show of this tour on the US East Coast last night in Atlantic City. See reports from the Boardwalk Hall.
|Nov 12: Condolences to the Jagger family
|Mick Jagger's father, Joe Jagger, died yesterday Nov 11 in London, at age 93. Our condolences goes to Mick Jagger and his family.
|Nov 8: Ronnie Wood on stage tonight in Glendale
|The Rolling Stones are confirming the fact that Ronnie Wood will be on stage as usual at the show tonight in Glendale, Arizona, USA. Rumours among fans have been discussing if he could not make it to the show due to private matters, but this is not correct, according to official sources.
|Nov 2: Connection at the Beacon
|Keith did "Connection" for the first time since Europe-95, and "Far Away Eyes" was another crowd please at the second Beacon show last night. The Beacon recordings will be part of the Martin Scorsese movie due out by Paramount Pictures late 2007. See reports from the Beacon-1 and Beacon-2 shows.
|Oct 31: Hawaii show cancelled, Vancouver, LA, Oakland shows rescheduled
|The Fall Tour schedule has been changed in order to make it possible for Mick Jagger to recover completely from his throat problems. The Oakland show is moved to Nov 6. The Los Angeles show is moved to Nov 22. The Vancouver show is moved to Nov 25. The Honolulu show has been cancelled. See updated list of IORR Fall Tour dates.
|Oct 30: Beacon show tomorrow rescheduled for Wednesday
|The Rolling Stones have been forced to move their Tuesday, October 31st performance at the Beacon Theatre to Wednesday, November 1st. Following doctor�s advice, Mick Jagger has been ordered to rest his voice. All tickets for the October 31 show will be honored on November 1. Show time will remains at 8pm. This is fresh from a press release received shortly before ticket pickup at the Beacon ended 8pm today. See updated list of IORR Fall Tour dates.
|Oct 30: Los Angeles and Honolulu changes
|Rumours are telling there may be changes in the tour schedule for the Stones in Los Angeles and Honolulu. An official update is expected within few days.
|Oct 29: Shine A Light with Martin Scorsese
|Shine A Light is the working title of the new Rolling Stones movie/dvd, as performed and recorded tonight at the Beacon Theatre in New York City, directed by Martin Scorsese. In addition to the title track "Shine A Light", the Stones performed many other rare songs including "I'm Free". On location shots and fan comments are being filmed by Albert Maysles - director of the legendary Gimme Shelter. See reports from the Beacon 1 show in New York City tonight. Another show is due in two days on Tuesday at the same venue.
|Oct 28: Let it Loose on 'Departed' CD soundtrack
|"Let it Loose", one of two Rolling Stones tracks featured in the film "The Departed", appears on the accompanying CD soundtrack, which will be released in the United States on Nov. 17 via Warner Bros. Records.
|Oct 27: Atlantic City show rescheduled
|The Rolling Stones announced today at around 2pm the cancellation of their show in Atlantic City, New Jersey, USA, due to Mick Jagger having laryngitis - sore throat, being unable to sing. A new date is set for this show on Friday Nov. 17. It is unclear if this will affect the show at Dodger Stadium LA the day after on Saturday Nov. 18, due to tour logistics beetween East coast and West coast USA. See updated list of IORR Fall Tour dates.
|Oct 24: Beacon tickets on sale tomorrow
|A limited number of tickets for both Stones shows at the Beacon in NYC will be available at $50 with limited view seats at $25. Tickets will be available through internet sale only, tomorrow Wednesday, October 25 at 10 AM local time. See RollingStones.com and LiveNation.com.
|Oct 23: Stones cover Waylon Jennings, Buddy Holly in Austin
|In another special treat for Texans, the Stones paid tribute to two of the state�s musical giants during their first ever show in Austin yesterday. Mick sang Waylon Jennings� �Bob Wills is Still the King� in its entirety, while Keith shook up his set list to salute Buddy Holly by performing �Learning the Game.� The show for 42,000 people was also taped for DVD. See reports from Austin.
|Oct 20: El Paso special treat in Texas
|The Rolling Stones did a short version of the Marty Robbins country music classic "El Paso" at the show in El Paso Texas last night. And like in Seattle Dave Matthews joined in on vocals during "Let It Bleed". See reports and set list from El Paso.
|Oct 18: Beacon Theatre show tickets through RS.com
|RollingStones.com is currently offering Beacon Theatre show tickets through a lottery system. Both members and non-membes have access to the lottery. See the RS.com Beacon Theatre contest and the news entry on RollingStones.com.
|Oct 13: New compilation of Stones cover tracks in stores
|Eighteen previously released covers of such tracks as "Let's Spend the Night Together" (David Bowie), "Satisfaction" (Otis Redding), "Tumbling Dice" (Linda Ronstadt), and "Wild Horses" (Leon Russell) can be found on the CD "Paint It Black," which was released by Virgin Records earlier this month.
|Oct 12: She Was Hot in cold Chicago last night
|The Rolling Stones debuted "She Was Hot" in freezing cold Soldier Field Chicago last night. While the stadium was only half-full, the fans who came got a different set list vs. the three previous Chicago shows on this tour. See set list, pictures and reports from Chicago.
|Oct 8: Seven new songs in Regina tonight
|Those who went to the first Stones show in Regina on Friday, and also to the second show tonight, got seven new songs. The temperature was down to almost freezing point, and the band kept warm with extra heating on stage, warm coats and scarfs. Charlie had a warm long sleeve shirt on, and kept the jacket on as they returned from the B-stage. But the crowd was warm and great, like the band tonight.
|Oct 4: Beacon tickets priced at $35 and $50
|Tickets for the Stones� two shows at the Beacon Theatre in New York on Oct. 29 and Oct. 31 will be priced at $35 and $50, the band�s spokeswoman says, confirming a report in the upcoming issue of Rolling Stone magazine. The band �gave� 1,000 tickets for the first show to Bill Clinton�s charity foundation as part of the former president�s 60th birthday celebrations, the magazine says. Martin Scorsese is expected to film both shows for a movie that will be released in some theaters and on DVD next year, the report quotes Mick as saying. While the tour may continue next year, Mick says he does not want �to spend the whole year doing shows.� Keith says there �quite probably� could be a new album next year, but that was news to Mick.
|Oct 3: Two Stones songs in new Scorsese movie
|�Gimme Shelter� and all of �Let It Loose� � as well as the CD cover of �Exile on Main Street� -- are featured in the new Martin Scorsese movie �The Departed�, which opens in North America on Friday. Mick and Ronnie attended the world premiere at New York�s Ziegfeld Theatre on Sept. 26.
|Oct 1: Wichita Lineman for show number 100
|The Rolling Stones celebrated show number 100 of their "A Bigger Bang Tour" tonight doing a special chorus of "Wichita Lineman" in Wichita Kansas tonight. It was a hot night with a great warm crowd. See reports and set list from Wichita.
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