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RS: Stones go with AEG for $4-5m per show

POSSIBLY GETTING SOME SATISFACTION: The Rolling Stones are going with AEG on their next, North American tour--and as a result will be pulling down between $4 million and $5 million per show--Rolling Stone reports, citing "concert-business sources." RS says the Stones were on the verge of working with Australian promoter Paul Dainty on the 18-date trek when AEG stepped up with its massive bid, from which the mag extrapolates upper-tier ticket prices of $500-$650.  The tour (the rock megastars' first full one since 2006-07) is slated to begin May 2, and RS predicts an AEG announcement early next month. The Stones earned $18.3m on just four dates in 2012. (3/21p)

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