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The Rolling Stones have played their first live concert in five years in front of 350 lucky fans in Paris.

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DVDs of live performances are selling in their millions, often bought by fans who were at the gig and want a memento.

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With the vocalist and songwriter George Gallacher at the helm, The Poets were the first Scottish group to make the British charts, reaching No 31 with their wistful and ahead-of-its-time composition "Now We're Thru" in October 1964.

Dispatch: We wanted not to have anyone telling us what to do

Dispatch are untethered to a label and built up a following through a personal connection with fans, yet 100,000 see them play.

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