December 10 [7:55 EDT] -- Fans who buck up for the Rolling Stones upcoming pay-per-view concert my get more than they bargained for.
Dave Matthews has been asked to join the band on-stage this Friday in St. Louis during the Stones' pay-per-view outing.
Matthews and his band opened a few dates for the Stones on their current "Bridges To Babylon" tour, but there's no word yet if Matthews has accepted the invitation. According to BMG (the parent company of Matthews' label, RCA Records), Matthews would have to take time away from work on his next album, tentatively slated for release in the spring of 1998.
If he does, he will be a part of the Stones' last U.S. tour date of the year. The band scheduled a lengthy holiday break for themselves because Mick Jagger's wife, Jerry Hall, was due to give birth around this time. However, as we reported on Tuesday, Jagger has already become a father once again as Hall gave birth to a baby boy in the early morning hours on Tuesday.