A tragic turn of events has sent Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger back to New York on the eve of the band's Australia/New Zealand tour launch. Jagger's girlfriend, L'Wren Scott, was found dead Monday of an apparent suicide.
When the Rolling Stones played Los Angeles' Echoplex on Saturday (4/27), they didn't just bring a couple of acoustic guitars and a couple of hits. Instead, the club crowd got 14 songs, including a couple of rarities, with the full touring band.
The Rolling Stones played a surprise show on Saturday night (4/27) for several hundred lucky fans as part of the buildup to the official opening night of their "50 and Counting" world tour. Here's how word got out.
The Rolling Stones, in Los Angeles for final rehearsals prior to their official tour opener at the Staples Center on May 3rd, dropped a bombshell on fans today, with word of a surprise club show tonight, apparently at the roughly 700-capacity Echoplex club near downtown.