British veteran rockers The Rolling Stones' guitar Keith Richards performs during a concert on their "Latin America Ole Tour" at Morumbi stadium in Sao Paulo, Brazil, Feb. 27, 2016. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker
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The Rolling Stones will perform a free outdoor concert in Havana on March 25, the band announced Tuesday, a milestone event in a country where the communist government once banned the group's music as an "ideological deviation".The Stones added the Concert for Amity show – likely to be the biggest rock concert ever staged in Cuba – to a Latin American tour that had been due to end on March 17 in Mexico City.The announcement by the British rockers adds a scheduled stop in the Caribbean nation that had censured their music, as well as that of the Beatles and Elvis Presley, after the 1959 revolution that brought Fidel Castro, Raul's brother, to power.Richards, the band's lead guitarist, said in September that the Stones were planning to record what would be their 25th U.S. studio set, and first album of new material since 2005's "A Bigger Bang," after completing their Latin America tour.
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