ROLLING STONES: Back to Rehearsals
Ronnie Wood gives an update on The Rolling Stones rehearsing in Paris.
The Rolling Stones are back in Paris rehearsing for their four shows -- two in November in London and two in December in Newark, New Jersey. Ronnie Wood tells us, "The nose to the grindstone is working... There's still that keenness to learn, get it better and give it 200-percent."
They have been rehearsing upwards of 70 songs, including such rarely played ones as "Champagne & Reefer," "Going to a Go-Go," "No Expectations," "Lady Jane," "Far Away Eyes" and "I Wanna Be Your Man," which was written by Lennon and McCartney. Joining them is keyboardist Chuck Leavell and bassist Daryl Jones.
Woody will reportedly be the opening night headliner when The Cutting Room in New York City opens at its new location next month.