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Stones promise voter ‘Satisfaction’

Band, set to play in Tel Aviv next week, rolls out an app to let audiences choose their encore

Jessica Steinberg covers the Sabra scene from south to north and back to the center.

With the Rolling Stones’ long-awaited June 4 performance not yet sold out, the band sent several messages to its Israeli audience this week.

“We’ll play all our hits and a few small surprises,” said Keith Richards, in an announcement publicized by local producer Shuki Weiss.

The band, which began a tour of 14 cities on Tuesday, said it would share an app on its official website several days before the concert, allowing the audience to choose a song to be played during the Tel Aviv performance.

The band will be performing at Tel Aviv’s Yarkon Park just after after the end of the Shavuot holiday. There are still tickets available.

Perhaps they’re hoping the personal message from guitarist Ron Wood will help sell more tickets.

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