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Time is on their side: Rolling Stones reschedule Tampa show

Bill DeYoung



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Their last album of original music was released 16 years ago, but the Rolling Stones continue to be a touring juggernaut, breaking stadium attendance records the world over.

Postponed because of the pandemic in 2020, the band’s “No Filter” tour has been rescheduled, including a new date at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa.

The date is Oct. 29, and tickets are on sale now.

Drummer Charlie Watts is 80, guitarist Ron Wood is 74. In between, of course, are Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, both 77.

According to legend, Richards and Jagger wrote “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction,” one of the biggest early Rolling Stones hits, on May6 and 7, 1965 at the Jack Tar Harrison Hotel in Clearwater, following a Jack Russell Stadium concert cut short by “rioting fans.”

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