Rolling Stones member Bobby Keys is set to play a one-off New Zealand show in April.
The 70-year-old saxophone player will perform with his touring band the Suffering Bastards at Auckland's Powerstation on April 4.
That's the night before Keys plays with the Rolling Stones at Mt Smart Stadium on April 5.
Keys has toured with the Rolling Stones since the '70s and has played on many of their albums, including Let It Bleed and Sticky Fingers.
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Tickets go on sale through Ticketmaster from January 28.
Bobby Keys and the Suffering Bastards
Where: Powerstation, Auckland
When: Friday, April 4
Meanwhile, Nine Inch Nails and Queens of the Stone Age have added a Wellington show to their upcoming New Zealand tour.
The two bands, who will toss a coin to decide who headlines each night, will perform at Wellington's TSB Bank Arena on March 20.
Previously announced dates include Auckland's Vector Arena on March 19 and Christchurch's CBS Canterbury Arena on March 22.