The Rolling Stone have cancelled another concert due to Mick Jagger's sore throat.
The rock legends - who played at New York's Beacon Theatre on Sunday night as part of former US president Bill Clinton's 60th birthday celebrations - were due to play an exclusive show at the same venue tonight.
But yesterday they released a statement announcing the concert was being postponed on the advice of 63-year-old Jagger's doctor that the singer should rest his voice.
Jagger cancelled two shows in Spain in August due to laryngitis during the band's 'A Bigger Bang' world tour this summer.
Meanwhile, Stones fans were furious on Sunday after splashing out thousands on tickets for Clinton's birthday show, only to be told by the Secret Service that they could not come in.
While tickets were sold for both dates at the Beacon Theatre, security was tightened because the former president was present at the event and ticket holders were told they were only allowed in if their name was on a special approved list.
Stones fan Dr. Richard Weiss, a 49-year-old dentist, bought a ticket but wasn't on the list. He said: "You had to be connected. It's a real scam."
Clinton stole the show from the rockers, getting a standing ovation from the star-studded crowd, which included his wife Hillary Clinton, Sheryl Crow and Elvis Costello.
Hollywood director Martin Scorsese filmed the concert for a special DVD.