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Rolling Stones Tap Eric Clapton and Florence Welch for London Show

Guests will join rockers onstage at November 29th concert

Florence Welch; Mick Jagger
Jeff Fusco/Getty Images; Samir Hussein/WireImage
November 28, 2012 1:10 PM ET

Eric Clapton and Florence and the Machine frontwoman Florence Welch will join the Rolling Stones onstage at their "50 and Counting" anniversary show tomorrow at London's O2 Arena. The Rolling Stones kicked off their 50th anniversary tour there on Sunday, with former members Bill Wyman and Mick Taylor reuniting with the band and Jeff Beck and Mary J. Blige also taking the stage. 

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After tomorrow's show, the Rolling Stones' "50 and Counting" tour continues on to Brooklyn's Barclays Center on December 8th, and Newark's Prudential Center on December 13th and 15th.

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