Latest
 
  • All Share : 47282.48
    DOWN -0.24%
    Top 40 : 3324.93
    UP 0.62%
    Financial 15 : 14805.60
    UP 0.11%
    Industrial 25 : 58948.80
    DOWN -0.95%

  • ZAR/USD : 11.6295
    DOWN -0.02%
    ZAR/GBP : 18.1288
    UP 0.04%
    ZAR/EUR : 14.3524
    DOWN -0.04%
    ZAR/JPY : 0.0980
    UP 0.01%
    ZAR/AUD : 9.4597
    UP 0.03%

  • Gold : 1193.3150
    UP 0.27%
    Platinum : 1202.2000
    UP 0.86%
    Silver : 15.8650
    UP 0.73%
    Palladium : 781.0000
    UP 0.77%
    Brent Crude Oil : 61.090
    DOWN -0.15%

  • All data is delayed by 15 min. Data supplied by I-Net Bridge
    Hover cursor over this ticker to pause.

Thu Dec 18 04:22:38 SAST 2014

Stones keep on rolling

Sapa-AP | 10 December, 2012 00:01
Mick Jagger and Ronnie Wood of The Rolling Stones perform at the Barclays Center in New York
Image by: LUCAS JACKSON / REUTERS

"TIME Waits for No One", the Rolling Stones sang in 1974, but lately it's seemed like that grizzled quartet does indeed have some sort of exemption from the ravages of time.

At an average age of 68-plus, the British rockers are clearly in fighting form. They sounded tight, focused and truly ready for the spotlight at concerts last month.

Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Ronnie Wood and Charlie Watts hit New York City's Barclays Centre on Saturday for the first of three US shows.

There are two more shows next week, in Newark, New Jersey.

Next week the Stones join other superstars Paul McCartney, Bruce Springsteen, Alicia Keys, Kanye West and Chris Martin at a concert to benefit victims of superstorm Sandy at Madison Square Garden, in New York.

SHARE YOUR OPINION

If you have an opinion you would like to share on this article, please send us an e-mail to the Times LIVE iLIVE team. In the mean time, click here to view the Times LIVE iLIVE section.