THE Rolling Stones have disappointed fans after cancelling their second gig in five days - despite performing for former US President Bill Clinton's birthday on Sunday (29OCT06). The rock veterans postponed their Atlantic City, New Jersey concert on Friday (27OCT06) after frontman SIR Mick Jagger was struck down with a sore throat. Jagger recovered in time to perform at Clinton's 60th birthday celebration at New York City's Beacon Theater on Sunday. However, it seems Jagger is now too ill again to sing at the band's second gig at the Beacon Theater tonight (31OCT06). The Stones hope to play the Beacon Theater again on Wednesday (01NOV06). This is the second time Jagger's throat has affected the tour - in August (06) the band cancelled two dates in Spain after the singer contracted laryngitis.