Rolling Stones to tour in support of their new album “Sticky Arthritic Fingers”

The legendary Rolling Stones are hitting the road once again. Jagger and Richards are both 62, drummer Charlie Watts is 63, and guitarist Ron Wood is the youngster at 57.

This could be the Stones final tour… at least the last one that doesn’t involve formaldehyde. With tickets bound to run around $100 a piece, at least the boys won’t have to worry about what happens with Social Security.

Speaking of Social Security, I’ve wondered, hypothetically, what it would be like if the Stones’ tour featured no music, and just round table discussion of the Social Security issue. It ain’t pretty.

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