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Rolling Stones, Jagger will resume touring in May

On the road again: the Rolling Stones perform during their concert at Tokyo Dome. Israeli concert promoter Shuki Weiss the legendary band will play in Tel Aviv on June 4, 2014. (AP Photo/Shizuo Kambayashi, File)

The Rolling Stones are resuming their world tour, “14 On Fire” after halting it so that frontman Mick Jagger could mourn the loss of L’Wren Scott, his longtime girlfriend.

The tour will pick back up May 26 at Telenor Arena on Oslo, Norway and the Stones will play 13 more dates in Europe through July. The band will play a show in Tel Aviv, Israel June 4.

Scott committed suicide March 17 at age 49 in her New York apartment while the band was in Australia. Tour dates in Australia and New Zealand were postponed. New dates for those shows have not been announced yet.

Scott left her entire $9 million estate to Jagger, her partner of 13 years.

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