The Rolling Stones Announce Tour, David Letterman Roasts Jay Leno, & The To-DO List of Magic Johnson
4/4/2013 3:00:00 PM
The ROLLING STONES will perform nine shows in North America in the coming months. The first show will be in L.A., but there's no date yet. The second is set for Oakland on May 5th.
They also have shows in San Jose, Las Vegas, Anaheim, Toronto, Chicago and Boston. The final show will be in Philadelphia on June 18th.
Guitarist MICK TAYLOR will be a "special guest" on the tour. He was in the band from 1969 through 1974 . . . and was at their reunion shows last year. (The Stones also put out this video, where they talk about their reunion.)
Baseball season started this week, so he's busy as owner of the L.A. Dodgers. And Tuesday, he announced that he was proud of his son for coming out of the closet publicly. See his agenda for today with the Celebrity To Do List of Magic Johnson.
8:00 A.M.: Wake up from horrible dream that I lost my ability to smile and slap high-fives.
12:40 P.M.: Realize the reason I'm so comfortable with having a gay son is due to my long friendship with Isiah Thomas.
1:20 P.M.: Do something better than Larry Bird even though old white people in Boston won't admit it.
3:00 P.M.: Compete against Peter O'Toole and Dick Butkus in finals of "Men Whose Names Are Also Hilarious Penis Jokes."
8:15 P.M.: Watch a Lakers game. Feel a piece of my soul die every time Kobe refuses to pass. --8:30 P.M.
10:00 P.M.: Remind Kareem Abdul-Jabbar he would've been this beloved too if he had a sliver of personality.
DAVID LETTERMAN had a lot of fun with the most recent NBC "Tonight Show" shake-up on the "Late Show" last night.