The Rolling Stones don’t want to stop. Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and Ronnie Wood appear to have their sights set on a major tour. Sources around the band told The Sun. The tour will be announced in the coming days, the British newspaper wrote on its website.
The tour was scheduled to begin in April in the United States. The band will be busy with that all summer long. “It’s going to be a very big tour,” the source told The Sun. The Stones were also scheduled to perform in Great Britain. It is not clear whether there is also room for shows in Belgium. The Sun talks about a “global” tour. This means that in addition to the United States and Great Britain, the shows will also take place in other parts of the world.
The Rolling Stones are back again. Their new album Hackney Diamonds has been very well received by the press and public. The record reached number one on the album charts in several countries.
In an interview with the BBC, Richards recently hinted at going on tour. “We are all still doing well,” he said.
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