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Karim Sahai: Stones Make A Big Bang In Auckland

Karim Sahai: Stones Make A Big Bang In Auckland

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Wellington digital photographer and Scoop contributor Karim Sahai was at last night's Rolling Stones concert where he captured these images of Mick, Keith and Ronnie. Sadly for the Stones many fans this is not a Scoop Audio item. Scoop hopes to have more images of the lads larking about in Wellington and a review after their concert on Tuesday evening.

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