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The Rolling Stones, Ros OGorman photographer, Rod Laver Arena

The Rolling Stones Slip Rare Sticky Fingers Classic Into London Set

by Paul Cashmere

The Rolling Stones performed the Sticky Fingers epic ‘Can’t You Hear Me Knocking’ at their London show on 25 June.

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