After taking time off so Mick Jagger could mourn the 2014 death of his girlfriend (L'Wren Scott), the Rolling Stones have all agreed to get back on the road in North America...and are looking forward to this 15-city tour.

This year the Stones are re-releasing their 1971 "Sticky Fingers" album in a deluxe set with lots of bonuses...even a huge box set that includes a 120-page booklet and a lot more collectible stuff. The original 1971 album yielded the hits "Brown Sugar" and "Wild Horses."

Longtime saxophonist for the Stones, Bobby Keys, passed away since their last concert and this will be the first concert tour without him in approximately 45 years.

The Stones will perform at Comerica Park in Detroit on July 8.
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See ya at the show!