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THE ROLLING STONES to Play Brooklyn's Barclays Center, 12/8

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THE ROLLING STONES to Play Brooklyn's Barclays Center, 12/8

Showbiz4111 confirms that the iconic rock band The Rolling Stones will now play a show at Brooklyn's Barclays Center on December 8th. According to the report, tickets for the event will go on sale on November 19th. They add that a second Brooklyn show or another show in the New York area is "not out of the question."

The history of the rock 'n' roll icons will also be chronicled in a new film documentary CROSSFIRE HURRICANE that will debut THURSDAY, NOV. 15 (9:00-10:45 p.m. ET/PT) on HBO. The film documents the key periods in their career and their incredible adventures.

CROSSFIRE HURRICANE, directed by Academy Award(R) nominee Brett Morgen (HBO's "The Kid Stays in the Picture"), provides a remarkable new perspective on the Stones' unparalleled journey from blues-obsessed teenagers in the early '60s to rock royalty. It's all here in panoramic candor, from the Marquee Club to Hyde Park, from Altamont to "Exile," from club gigs to stadium extravaganzas.

For CROSSFIRE HURRICANE, the filmmakers amassed a library of more than 1000 hours of film and 500 hours of audio by gaining access to outtakes from nearly all of theStones documentary films. With never-before-seen footage, most notably from "Gimme Shelter" and "Cocksucker Blues," and fresh insights from the band members themselves, the film will delight, shock andamaze longtime devotees, as well as more recent fans, with its uniquely immersive style and tone. Drawing on more than 80 hours of new interviews with the band, the film marks the most extensive participation by the Stones in a documentary ever.


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