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Michael Tarm Jun 21
singing his first song at his first major concert - here in - sprinting out into the crowd. The ’ frontman is showing no signs off illness that delayed the start of the tour earlier this year.
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HIZUMI Jun 17
"The Stones also still have a huge following. Mick Jagger leaps around like a crazy dude. And Keith Richards, Ronnie Wood and Charlie Watts are playing great too."
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anna melano Jun 22
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Lilu, P.I.(T.A.)🔍 Jun 21
is 75 and had heart valve replacement surgery in April. Look at him! Where the hell did I go wrong in life? Too many drugs or not enough?
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GetReel Rendez-Vous🎥🎬 Jun 22
📣WATCH Jumpin' Jack's back: appears healthy as return to stage.
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Michael Tarm Jun 22
This is during the 1st song performed at a major concert since his heart procedure just three months ago.I saw no sign of lingering ailments as the frontman sprinted down this catwalk in wanting to show he’s all good.Certainly seems so.
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MarieFranceRemillard Jun 22
The Rolling Stones review: A rejuvenated Mick Jagger leads the band at Soldier Field
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Alien Jun 22
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AnaMarie 3h
Took my baby to her 1st concert: Its GOTTA be the thanks for a great show!
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billboard Jun 21
. plan return to the stage following 's health issues
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Kenny 🎧 Jun 22
Concert Review: The Rolling Stones Are in Top Form at Tour Opener
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Kristen 12h
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Daniela Jun 21
in November 1972 at the Record Plant in New York during a uncredited collaboration with and Wayne “Tex” Gabriel on "Winter song” for double album” Approximately Infinite Universe” by Yoko Ono - @ Bob Gruen.
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Straits Times Life Jun 22
Jumpin' Jack Flash back on stage after heart surgery
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Milenio Monterrey Jun 21
| Mick Jagger vuelve a los escenarios con The Rolling Stones
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Daniela Jun 20
, Philadelphia, 1982 . @ Michael Putland - Who Shot Rock & Roll. Brooklyn Museum, New York. Images from more than 100 photographers are exhibited including
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TheQuietOneMOVIE 2019 12h
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Michael Tarm Jun 22
A strutting, finger-wagging skipped,spun,sprinted and pranced as the launched their tour in .He didn’t say he was speaking of his health,which delayed the tour,but could’ve been as he shouted:”It feels pretty good!”
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Claudia Jun 22
rocked!! Running around the stage and singing his heart out - for the 38th time in Chicago. Fabulous! 🤘👍👍 Thank you ⁦
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Cris Aloha Jun 23
🙌 What's his recipe?? Amazing fitness 😳
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