The Rolling Stones in Shine a Light

Are you a fan of The Stones? Personally, I am at least one generation too late to be way into Mick and the rest of the guys, but I will admit that The Rolling Stones are good stuff. As well, I am certainly not too young to know that Martin Scorsese is also a man among boys when it comes to directing just about anything. So when you combine the two for the upcoming IMAX documentary Shine a Light, that’s a pretty enticing proposition.

The film hits IMAX theaters this Friday, April 4th and all signs are pointing toward you being there. As well, our own Henry Stewart called the film “a celebration of perseverance from a long-working director who only recently got his best director Oscar—a tribute to doing what you love for as long as you can still do it.” And who doesn’t want to jump all over that.

To help you get in your Stones fix, our friends at Paramount Pictures sent over word last night that ticket pre-sales have begun over at ShineaLightMovie.com. On top of that, you can also get your chance to win a Fender Telecaster Guitar customized with a “Shine a Light” logo and artwork by befriending The Stones on MySpace.

And if that isn’t enough for you, we’ve got a chance for you to possibly see Shine a Light FREE, as we are giving away 10 pairs of tickets to see the film in IMAX. Check that out here.

So no matter how you get your tickets and no matter how old you are, this weekend looks like it would be well spent with Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts, Ronnie Wood and Marty Scorsese.


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