2010 Stones tour?
Could some dates be on the cards? 'Let's hope so' says Ronnie Wood
03/11/2009 Georgie Rogers
Rolling Stones guitarist Ronnie Wood has confirmed relations with the rest of the band are good and there’s a chance of some gigs next year.
Speaking to BBC 6 Music on the red carpet at the Classic Rock awards yesterday (2 November) he said: "It’s all very good. I saw Mick [Jagger] and Charlie [Watts] last week. Everything is great."
When asked if he is itching to get back on stage again, Wood replied: "Yeah, well I just did that with The Faces, but I’m ready to rock."
As to whether there could be a Stones tour next year, he responded saying: "Let’s hope so, yeah."
Wood picked up the Outstanding Contribution honour at the awards for his "ageless presence on the scene" with the Rolling Stones and the newly reformed Faces, admitting it was the first time he has won an award for himself.
The last Stones project released was 2008’s Shine A Light, the Martin Scorsese-directed live documentary of their 2006 show at Beacon Theatre, from their A Bigger Bang Tour.
The 90-show string of dates supported their last studio album, A Bigger Bang, out in 2005.
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Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 2009-11-05 13:58 by Deltics.