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Rolling Stones give Glastonbury crowd total satisfaction

ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) The Rolling Stones rolled back the years, as they wowed the Glastonbury crowd on Saturday (June 29). More than 150,000 revellers descended on the festival in rural southwest England for a bill topped by a band still pulling in crowds despite an average age of 69. Speaking to the crowd during the set, frontman Mick Jagger - who turns 70 next month - said it was about time the Stones headlined Britain's arguably most famous music festival. "You know it's great to be here doing the show, doing this festival. You all look amazing. You know, after all these years, they finally got around to asking us," he told a cheering audience. "Thank you Michael!" Michael Eavis, who started Glastonbury as a gathering of 1,500 hippies on his farm in 1970, has publicly expressed delight in finally persuading the Rolling Stones to play. The Stones have already toured North America this year and will play several sell-out concerts in Brit

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