12 ROLLING STONES TRACKS ANNOUNCED FOR LIVE VOTE IN GLOBAL PAY PER VIEW CONCERT – “ONE MORE SHOT”
12 classic Rolling Stones tracks announced for a world-first, worldwide live vote
Fans anywhere can vote for which song will be performed live at The Rolling Stones’ pay-per-view concert, “One More Shot” on December 15
Voting will be via the Rolling Stones Official App, which is now available on Google Android as well as Apple devices, and there will be an online vote here, closing the day before voting finishes in the app.
Rolling Stones fans around the world are being given the chance to vote for one of 12 tracks personally selected by Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts and Ronnie Wood.
The track with most votes will be announced and performed live at the Rolling Stones’ forthcoming concert in New York. This will be the final gig of the band’s “50 and Counting” tour, staged at the Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey on December 15 and telecast live via pay-per-view around the world as “One More Shot” (9pm ET in the US).
Here are the 12 Rolling Stones classics that fans will be voting for:
Around And Around
Beast Of Burden
Far Away Eyes
If You Can’t Rock Me
Let It Bleed
Rip This Joint
She’s So Cold
Street Fighting Man
You Got Me Rocking
The international vote – entitled By Request…LIVE – is a world-first and opens online and in The Rolling Stones Official App today (December 11) before becoming exclusive to the app on December 14.
The By Request…LIVE vote closes on Saturday December 15, during the live gig itself. For each country, details of how to watch the live international pay-per-view of “One More Shot” can be found in The Rolling Stones Official App.
The Rolling Stones Official App is now available to millions more fans around the world having launched on Android following its worldwide debut on iPhone in November. Furthermore a new version of the app, built especially for iPad, is coming soon. For more details go to http://www.rs50byrequest.com/
The Rolling Stones Official App has been developed and produced by global entertainment company Endemol in partnership with live entertainment promoters Dainty Group and the Rolling Stones.