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This May 23, 1990 file photo shows Mick Jagger from The Rolling Stones during a performance in Hanover, West Germany. Thursday, July 12, 2012, marks 50 years since Jagger played his first gig with the band. Now in their late 60s and early 70s, the band members are celebrating the anniversary by attending a retrospective photo exhibition at London's Somerset House and looking to the future by rehearsing for new gigs. (AP Photo/Claus Eckert, file)
Photo by: Claus Eckert
This May 23, 1990 file photo shows Mick Jagger from The Rolling Stones during a performance in Hanover, West Germany. Thursday, July 12, 2012, marks 50 years since Jagger played his first gig with the band. Now in their late 60s and early 70s, the band members are celebrating the anniversary by attending a retrospective photo exhibition at London's Somerset House and looking to the future by rehearsing for new gigs. (AP Photo/Claus Eckert, file)

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