Mick Taylor Joins Rolling Stones for 2014 Tour

artist: The Rolling Stones date: 12/05/2013 category: upcoming tours

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Mick Taylor Joins Rolling Stones for 2014 Tour
The Rolling Stones have announced a series of concerts to take place in 2014, Billboard reports. The tour, titled "14 on Fire," begins on February 21 and will see the band performing in Abu Dhabi, Tokyo and Macau before heading to Australia and New Zealand. It has also been announced that the band will be joined by former guitarist Mick Taylor. Taylor, who played with the Stones from 1969-1974 will be featuring as a special guest. He perviously appeared with the group on the dates of their 50th anniversary tour. The 14 On Fire Tour: 02/21 - Abu Dhabi, UAE - du Arena 02/26, 03/04-06 - Tokyo, Japan - Tokyo Dome 03/09 - Macau, China - Cotai Arena 03/19 - Perth, Australia - Perth Arena 03/22 - Adelaide, Australia - Adelaide Oval 03/25 - Sydney, Australia - Allphones Arena 03/28 - Melbourne, Australia - Rod Laver Arena 03/30 - Macedon, Australia - Hanging Rock 04/02 - Brisbane, Australia - Entertainment  Centre 04/05 - Auckland, New Zealand - Mt Smart Stadium
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