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Rolling Stones bring satisfaction on final U.S. stop at Verizon Center

Rolling Stones bring satisfaction on final U.S. stop at Verizon Center

At first, it sounds as if the band is just tuning up. Mick Jagger honks out a call on his harmonica. Guitarist Mick Taylor responds with a blues run. Ron Wood twiddles between a couple of notes. Then Keith Richards lands the haymaker opening chords to “Midnight Rambler,” Charlie Watts crashes his way in on cymbals and drums and the long-running locomotive that is the Rolling Stones roars to full, satisfying life, careening down the rails, popping rivets, threatening to jump the tracks. It was one of several highlights Monday at the Verizon Center, where the band brought its "50 and Counting Tour" for a final American stop, conjuring unflagging energy for a 21-song...

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