The Rolling Stones Postpone Halloween Performance, Play for President Clinton
The Rolling Stones have cancelled another performance due to Mick Jaggers sore throat. The legendary rock and roll band was scheduled to make an incredibly rare theater appearance tonight at New Yorks Beacon Theatre. Following doctor’s advice, Jagger is resting his voice and the Rolling Stones will perform at the venue tomorrow. All tickets to tonights show will be honored.
Though the Rolling Stones postponed their Atlantic City performance Friday, the group played a birthday benefit for President Clinton on Sunday. During the groups set, a number of guests filtered onto the stage including Jack White (Loving Cup), Christina Aguilera (Live with Me), and Buddy Guy (Champagne & Reefer). Dave Matthews also played Let it Bleed with the Stones October 20 in El Paso, TX.