The Rolling Stones did it again. On Tuesday (October 30th) the group played a second warm-up show for its upcoming 50th anniversary concerts, performing a 12 songs set for 1,800 at the Le Theatre Mogador in Paris -- five days after the group played at the 600-seat La Trabendo club. The Stones' set on Tuesday included: "It's Only Rock 'N' Roll (But I Like It)," "All Down the Line," You Got Me Rocking," "Tumbling Dice," "Miss You," "You Can't Always Get What You WAnt," the new single "Doom and Gloom," "Midnight Rambler," "Start Me Up," "Honky Tonk Women," "Jumping Jack Flash" and an encore version of "Brown Sugar." More surprise shows are expected before the Stones hit the big stages on November 25 and 29 at London's O2 Arena and December 13 and 15 in Newark, New Jersey...Meanwhile, frontman Mick Jagger is saying that more new material may follow the two fresh songs on the upcoming "GRRR!" compilation, due out November 13. "I wouldn't say that's impossible," Jagger tells Contact Music. "If you have a 50th anniversary it's going to be somewhat looking back. It can't avoid it. But I tried to make sure it's not an exercise in too much nostalgia. There's some forward-looking part of it."...In other Stones news, guitarist Ron Wood has announced his engagement to theater producer Sally Humphreys, who he's been dating for six months. It will be Wood's third marriage.