The Rolling Stones have unveiled details of their biggest
tour in six years, playing nine dates in North America as
well as two British concerts after a stage comeback last year
to celebrate 50 years in music.
The Rolling Stones have picked up two prizes at the NME Music
Awards in London - one for best live act and the other for
best film, and veteran guitarist Ronnie Wood was on hand to
accept a pair of irreverent "middle finger" statuettes.
Legendary rock band The Rolling Stones, "Twilight" star
Kristen Stewart and actor Leonardo DiCaprio have joined the
line-up for a fundraising concert in New York next week for
victims of Hurricane Sandy, organizers say.
Singer Mick Jagger said the Rolling Stones had rehearsed
around 70 songs for a series of 50th anniversary concerts
later this year, and guitarist Keith Richards assured fans
the veteran British rockers would "deliver".