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Win the Rolling Stones 'Ed Sullivan Shows' Deluxe Edition DVD

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November 9, 2011 1:00 PM ET
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All Six Ed Sullivan Shows Starring the Rolling Stones - Deluxe Collector’s Edition
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The Rolling Stones are getting together to jam in a London studio as fans around the world impatiently await news of the band's 50th anniversary plans. Until such time, a new two-DVD set capturing the band's six Ed Sullivan Show performances is a welcome look back at the Rolling Stones' live performance legacy, and we're giving away five copies in our Rolling Stone sweepstakes. See official rules here.

Five lucky readers will each win: One (1) copy of 'All Six Ed Sullivan Shows Starring the Rolling Stones - Deluxe Collector's Edition' DVD. The episodes featured in this set also include performances from Ella Fitzgerald, Louis Armstrong, the Muppets, Tom Jones and more.

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