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Monday, 20 April 2009

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No Hell's Angels This Time

With this being the fortieth anniversary of the infamous Altamont Speedway Free Concert, Sausan Boyle has been signed up to join with the Rolling Stones to redo the free concert.

"I'm looking forward to being up there with Mick and the boys", stated Ms. Boyle as we've already agreed to do "Honky Tonk Women" and a few other numbers."

Asked if it was like a dream to be performing with The rolling Stones and having close contact with Mick Jagger, Boyle answered.

"Oh, yes, I've admired them from my teenage years. Of course, most of my group are Rod Stewart fans."

Asked if there were any romantic side to her being with Mick, Boyle answered, "Oh don't tease. I'll pinch a wad out of your cheek, one of the four."

"Of course there's no romantic ties with Mick Jagger. He's way too old for me. Why the man is probably in his mid-60's. Probable getting less "Satisfaction" all the time. Hee Hee."

Among the other bands from the December, 1969 and making a return together for the first time in years, are "Crosby, Stills, Nash & Old".

When asked, a spokesman for the Stones, Rod Leverman, told the press that "No, we are not employing the Hell's Angels as bodyguards this time."

"We've l;earned that lesson. This time Mick and Susan and the bands have hired a group from the Unemployed Postal Service Workers".

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