Rolling Stones Back On Tour After Scott Death
The Rolling Stones have resumed their world tour in Norway, more than two months after the suicide of Sir Mick Jagger's girlfriend L'Wren Scott.
The band called off their tour, 14 ON FIRE, of Australia and New Zealand in March after the fashion designer was found dead in her Manhattan apartment.
The Stones have now rescheduled the dates and will head to Australia at the end of October.
Monday evening's sold out Oslo concert at the Telenor Arena kicked off the European leg which will end at the Roskilde festival in Denmark in July.
Fans arriving to the arena were enthusiastic.
"They are the biggest and greatest rock 'n' roll band in the world, they are simply the best," said fans Kjetil Lysdal and Merete Stokka.
Sir Mick put on a typically energetic show as the musicians sang hits including Jumpin' Jack Flash and It's Only Rock 'n' Roll.
The next stop after Oslo is Lisbon in Portugal.
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