Rolling Stones may perform again this autumn

Written on:July 13, 2023
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A performance again this autumn! (Image courtesy: Northfoto)

Yesterday, as the Rolling Stones celebrated their 50th birthday, the members, Jagger, Keith Richards, Ronnie Wood and Charlie Watts, while speaking in London at a new exhibition of 50 years of pictures of the band, revealed that the band might go for one more tour this autumn and the boys had been rehearsing their back catalogue in the States.

As Jagger was asked by the Standard when the band would next be performing live together, he replied with a wink: “In the autumn.”

Ronnie divulged, they had a good play in New York five days back and they did 50 songs in five days. He also expressed his happiness on getting former bassist Bill Wyman rehearsing with the band.

This week, Keith Richards also admitted that the band had met up. He informed, “We’re playing around with the idea and had a couple of rehearsals. We’ve got together and it feels so good.” However he did not confirm when the band members would rock and roll the audience’ hearts again by their performance. “I can’t tell you anything about any shows. My lips are sealed,” disheartened Keith.

One option for them is to accept Michael Eavis’s offer to play at Glastonbury. Michael exclaimed, at the exhibition, “It feels really good, if a little long in the tooth – I’m just kidding. It’s quite surprising. It does seem a long time but I’m really happy about it.” However, he said he would take his daughters Georgia and Elizabeth out.

We can go with Jagger’s “You will definitely be seeing us all together soon” and await a Rolling Stones tour this autumn ahead.

Happy 50th birthday Rolling Stones!

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  1. Alan, Kent says:

    Greattttttttttttttt! That’s my dream coming true! Can’t wait to have my tickets n hope they will perform.

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