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Mick Jagger. Keith Richards. Charlie Watts. Ronnie Wood.These faces belong on currency. Their names belong in stone. Their sweat belongs on our hands.On Saturday night, some of those pipe dreams came true, as the legendary Rolling Stones touched down in Ralph Wilson Stadium for the penultimate stop on their Zip Code Tour with 15 shows in 15 North American stadiums, coincid…

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There have been so many photos of Mick Jagger on Buffalo.com this week that even we're getting confused. To help you prepare for tonight's Rolling Stones concert at Ralph Wilson Stadium -- the band's first visit since 1997 -- here are links to all of our pre-show content. *Jeff Miers' assessment of The Stones: have they mailed it in, or are they still chuggin' along? "Th…

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Going to the Rolling Stones concert Saturday? Be prepared with 10 things to know before you go. 1. TrafficStarting at 3 p.m., a section of Abbott Road directly outside the stadium will be closed. After the show, westbound Big Tree Road will be closed.2. ParkingAttendees may park in the stadium lots or private lots. Stadium lots open at 4 p.m.3. TicketsTicketMaster, the ori…

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Update on Rolling Stones at Ralph Wilson Stadium: • The Stones will not playing the full “Sticky Fingers” album after all, or at least, it’s not likely that they’ll be playing it. This according to Mick Jagger on Rollingstone.com. • No, Mick Taylor will not be there to perform with the band. Again, courtesy of Mick Jagger at Rollingstone.com. • Presale at Ticketmaster u…

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According to Ticketmaster.com, tickets for The Rolling Stones’ just-announced July 11 appearance at Ralph Wilson Stadium will range in price from $77.50 to $403.00 each. I’ll give you a minute to pick yourself up off the floor. You ok now? Good. Because there’s more. The $77.50 tickets will come to $88.30 each after fees are tacked on. The $403.00 tickets will come to a r…

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The unconfirmed rumors have finally become official. Legendary rock band The Rolling Stones has announced a July 11 stop in Ralph Wilson Stadium as part of its North American stadium tour. Tickets go on sale for the general public at 10 a.m. April 13. Visit The Rolling Stones' website for further details. Buffalo Bills club and suite account holders will have the right …

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Could the Rolling Stones be rolling into Buffalo? Could be. According to the music news web site SongMango.com, the legendary rockers will be announcing a summer, 2015 stadium tour within the next week. The band is said to be touring in support of the deluxe reissue of their classic “Sticky Fingers.” The tour will find the band performing the entire album in 14 cities. On…

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Without James Brown, I wouldn’t have a job. Popular music would be unrecognizable. There’d be no R&B, soul, funk, disco, or hip-hop as we know them. And the world would be a colder, lonelier place. Mick Jagger knows this, of course. That’s why he coughed up the cash to produce “Mr. Dynamite: The Rise of James Brown,” the second Brown-themed film he’s produced this ye…