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At Desert Trip, the Rolling Stones gather no moss

The way Mick Jagger sees it, he with the microphone gets to decide which festival he’s playing. “It’s great to be here at Coachella!” the Rolling Stones frontman exclaimed minutes into his band’s headlining set Friday night — even though that’s not where he was. The actual gig was Desert Trip,...
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