Springsteen joins The Rolling Stones for Tumbling Dice

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Bruce Springsteen joined The Rolling Stones on stage in Lisbon this week, performing a rendition of “Tumbling Dice” with the legendary British rock group.

Fan shot footage posted on YouTube shows the New Jersey native performing the song from the ‘Stones 1972 album, Exile On Main St, a song on which they had shared the stage before in 2012.

The Rolling Stones played to a sold-out crowd of 23,000 at Oslo’s Telenor Arena on Monday night, with a show that lasted over two hours. The tour had previously been postponed following the death of ‘Stones frontman Mick Jagger’s partner, fashion designer L’Wren Scott.

You can watch the music legends perform “Tumbling Dice” below.

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Jagger and Scorsese for ‘A History of Music’

Reknowned director Martin Scorsese and legendary frontman of The Rolling Stones Mick Jagger are teaming up to make a ‘rock ‘n’ roll’ drama for US TV station HBO. Titled A History of Music, the show is described as an epic tale of two friends and their 40 years in the music industry.

Scorsese and Jagger have worked together previously on The Rolling Stones concert film Shine a Light. That film featured cameos from Jack White, Christina Aguilera and former President Bill Clinton amongst others.

Sopranos writer Terence Winter is also onboard for A History of Music and Scorsese is tipped to direct the first series if it is picked up for broadcast. Scorsese and Winter have also been working together on another series for HBO, the Atlantic City set prohibition drama Boardwalk Empire, set to premiere on the 19th of September.