Guess he's there at least for New Year's: http://ajournalofmusicalthings.com/private-new-years-eve-party-will-featuring-rolling-stones-maybe-paul-mccartney/
The Private New Year's Eve Party That Will Featuring the Rolling Stones (and Maybe Paul McCartney)
St. Barths is an eight-square-mile piece of paradise a ten-minute hop from Sint Maarten. Most guests fly in on WinAir's 19-seaters or the even smaller planes operated by St. Barths Commuter. From the tiny perfect airport, they make their way to some of the most luxurious rental villas in the Caribbean. (One is called Villa Rock Star, which is right on the beach next to the famous Eden Rock Hotel. Not only does it have bedrooms named after John Lennon, Bob Dylan and Freddie Mercury, there's a recording studio in the basement featuring the console Lennon used to record "Imagine."
Then there's Roman Abramovich, the owner of Gazprom and Chelsea of the ELP. His 533-foot $500 million Eclipse has been bobbing around in the harbour for a few days now. Roman's not there, of course. He's staying at his 80-acre $90 million dollar compound over the hill from Gustavia alongside a gorgeous beach called Gouvenour (David Letterman has a place up the hill; his neighbour used to be Steve Martin). He's also the reason the harbour is full of billionaires-and why the island is infested with celebrities. Spotted so far are Jake Gyllenhall, Stephenie Seymour, Pharrell Williams, Calvin Klein, Diddy and Leo DiCaprio.
Oh, and Paul McCartney.
Every New Year's Eve, Roman throws the greatest A-lister party in the Western Hemisphere. Everyone makes their way down the steep road from Lurin to Gouveneur to the gates to Roman's compound.
Guests will be treated to the finest food and drink along with a midnight fireworks display that costs somewhere north of $6 million. And then there's the live entertainment.
Roman and his wife, Dasha, love music and spare no expense when it comes to finding a live band for the party. In years past, entertainment has come from the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Black Eyed Peas, Kings of Leon and Lady Gaga. This year, though, Roman has decided to upgrade. Rumours are that the house band will be-wait for it-The Rolling Stones.
Mick is apparently a few islands over at Stargroves, his home on the even smaller island of Mustique. He's expected to fly in with the rest of the Stones to play the party. And you can't tell me that with Macca on the island that he hasn't been invited. And if he shows at Roman's, what are the chances of him sitting in with his friends in the Stones.