The guitarist of the Rolling Stones, Keith Richards, counted yesterday to the BBC that he has had “a pair of problems” to undertake the tour by the 50th anniversary of the band, but that “finally” will take place.
“We are working our self in things”, he said without giving more details. “But, when it is? That I can not say it yet”, indicated the rock artist of 68 years.
In recent months they have multiplied the rumors on a new tour of Richards, the singer Mick Jagger, the drummer Charlie Watts and the guitarist John Wood because of the round anniversary of the band.
The Rolling Stones gave their first concert on July 12, 1962 at the legendary Marquee Club in London. On the other hand, at that time they were still called Rollin ‘Stones, without the “g”.
To celebrate it, in the British capital this late afternoon will be inaugurated a photographic exposition with concerts and snapshots of the tours of the Rolling Stones.
The last world tour of the band, “A Bigger Bang”, finished in London in 2007. The Rolling Stones touched in 32 countries before 4.5 million people all along two years. They harvested 558 million dollars (454 million euro), a figure that according to the BBC becomes the tour more successful.
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