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FILE - In this Nov. 7, 2013 file photo, musician Ronnie Wood of the Rolling Stones performs with guitarist Mick Taylor, drummer Simon Kirke and keyboardist Al Cooper in a rare club appearance at The Cutting Room on in New York. Another Rolling Stones rumour bites the dust. Hours before Wood took the stage with former band member Mick Taylor at a club in Manhattan on Saturday, Nov. 9, 2013, a crowd gathered outside amid speculation that they would be joined by fellow guitarist Keith Richards and, possibly, Mick Jagger. But the standing-room-only crowd of a few hundred got what was originally promised: A 90-minute set of guitar-grinding Jimmy Reed blues songs from Wood and Taylor. (Photo by Evan Agostini/Invision/AP)
Rockers Wood, Taylor play blues for NY celeb crowd
First Published Nov 10 2013 11:36 am • Last Updated Nov 10 2013 09:39 pm

New York • Another Rolling Stones rumor bites the dust.

Hours before Stones guitarist Ronnie Wood took the stage with former band member Mick Taylor at a club in Manhattan on Saturday night, a crowd gathered outside amid speculation that they would be joined by fellow guitarist Keith Richards and, possibly, Mick Jagger.

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Inside the Cutting Room was a mix of celebs — musician and actor Steven Van Zandt, Monkees member Micky Dolenz, fashion designer Tommy Hilfiger, among others.

But the standing-room-only crowd of a few hundred got what was originally promised: A 90-minute set of guitar-grinding Jimmy Reed blues songs from Wood and Taylor.

The duo played a few shows at the club earlier in the week, too, tearing into the likes of "Bright Lights Big City" and "Going to New York."




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