The Rolling Stones arrived at Kings Cross Station, London yesterday but seemed to be missing something or more specifically someone... Ronnie, Charlie and Keith arrived but without frontman Mick Jagger?
To celebrate their 50th anniversary as a band, the iconic quartet will step back on stage with two shows at the O2 Arena in London and two shows in the US. The gigs are being billed as 'The Rolling Stones: 50 Years And Counting' but as the band arrived at the train station yesterday it looked like the left singer Mick Jagger on the platform.
(Most of) the band arrived ahead of a promotional push (not that they really need it) before the shows in London. Tickets go on sale at 9am tomorrow and despite the high prices, the demand for the reported 30,000 tickets is going to be high.
Take a look at the trio arriving...
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