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Rolling Stones expand 14 On Fire World Tour

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The Rolling Stones continue to add dates to their 14 On Fire World Tour with the latest stop set for Singapore.

According to a press release posted Feb. 13 at RollingStones.com, the legendary British rockers will return to Singapore with what is being billed as "a one-night only show" on March 15 in Marina Bay Sands at the Sands Ballroom.

Former Stone Mick Taylor will be guest artist on the bill.

Commenting on the announcement, frontman Mick Jagger said, "Can't wait to be back on stage in Singapore, I am really looking forward to playing all your favourite songs and seeing you all very soon."

Guitarist Keith Richards adds, "The best place in the world for me is out on that stage. Standby everyone...its back to where we belong, Me, Mick, Charlie and Ronnie and some friends all rocking out together. The wheels are in motion and we're on our way…see you very soon!"

The 2014 trek will kick off on Feb. 21 in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emi du Arena and wrap up April 5 in Auckland, New Zealand at Mt Smart Stadium.

For more details, check out RollingStones.com.

Did you know? The Rolling Stones picked up an award for the soundtrack to their documentary film "Charlie is My Darling" at the 56th annual Grammy Awards held Jan. 26 at the Staples Center in Los Angeles.

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