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Posted by Joan Anderman  September 29, 2006 09:41 AM

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The Rolling Stones have scheduled two shows at NYC's 2,900-seat Beacon Theater for Oct. 29 and 31. Word is the first show will be the finale of Bill Clinton's three-day 60th birthday bash, for which tickets start at $60,000. We get it, Mr. President. 60 is the magic number. But are so many zeros really neccessary? Some tickets for the Stones' shows will be made available to the public, although details haven't yet been made public.

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