Prior to kicking off major tours, the Rolling Stones like to play an intimate club date to get a feel for an audience once again. Eleven days before the 2005 Bigger Bang tour began the rockers piled into the Phoenix Concert Theater in Toronto to play new music and test a few covers on fans. That show is now available for download at the band's archive website.
We all know that Ronnie Wood is a master of the axe, but now he's master of the brush as the Faces and Rolling Stones guitarist launches an art exhibit in the Big Apple. So, do we have a new replacement for Thomas Kinkade?
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