THE ROLLING STONES will perform in SINGAPORE tonight (March 26) despite a killer virus plaguing the city state.
The virus, known as Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome or SARS, has taken one life and put another 700 people into quarantine in Singapore. However, that hasn’t deterred Mick and Keef.
Ben Munroe, promoter of the Rolling Stones ‘Licks World Tour’ told Ananova: “It’s not cancelled, everyone knows there was flu before they arrived and despite that the The Stones still came.”
According to the band’s website [url=]rollingstones.com, they will also perform in Hong Kong on Friday (March 28) and Saturday (March 29), another city consumed by the virus.