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The Stones to Rock Japan

March 21, 2006 (3:58 am) GMT
Sixteen years after the Rolling Stones first toured Japan, they are set to play this week for the one-millionth fan to hear them in the cavernous Toky

Veteran music group is about to kick off the Asian leg of their "A Bigger Bang" world tour on Wednesday March 22nd, 2006 at Tokyo Dome. That performance will mark their first since the British rock act first toured Japan.

"I can't believe we are playing to the millionth people in Japan this week," singer said in Tokyo on Monday while adding "That's going to be very exciting to me." Scheduled to play a total of five concerts in Japan, including two at the Tokyo Dome, the Stones plans to make its mainland China debut in Shanghai on April 8 later this year.

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