Stones News Round-Up: L’Wren Scott’s Funeral, More Tour Dates

 

Funeral services for L’Wren Scott, fashion designer and longtime girlfriend of Mick Jagger, took place yesterday at the Hollywood Forever cemetery in Hollywood, California. 

According to CNN.com, many of Jagger’s friends and family who were in attendance took part in the private ceremony, including Jagger’s daughters and grandchildren who read various poems and Bible passages, while Jagger and Scott’s brother, Randy, provided eulogies.

Per Billboard.com, former Eurythmics guitarist Dave Stewart and Rolling Stones backup singer Bernard Fowler performed a rendition of the Christian hymn “Will the Circle Be Unbroken”.

L’Wren Scott was found dead last week in her Manhattan apartment.  Her death was ruled a suicide by New York medical examiners.  She was 49.

…While the Rolling Stones have postponed dates in Australia and New Zealand on their 14 On Fire tour, they are still scheduled to perform at a number of summer festivals and are rumored to have added another show.

For the first time in their career, the Stones are scheduled to play a show in Israel, according to Noise11.com. The show is set to take place June 4th in Tel-Aviv at Park Hayarkon.  The Stones will then follow that show up with appearances at the Pinkpop Festival on June 7th in the Netherlands, the TW Classic on June 28th in Belgium and the Roskilde Festival on July 3rd in Denmark.