ROLLING STONES: Will They or Won't They?
Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and Ronnie Wood discuss whether or not The Rolling Stones will tour in 2013.
Sal Cirrincione of Premiere Radio Networks was the only U.S. radio journalist invited to London last week to interview The Rolling Stones as they get set to celebrate their 50th anniversary with four shows, a new hits collection and a documentary.
In separate interviews, Sal asked Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and Ronnie Wood (Charlie Watts was under the weather) if they'll hit the road next year, and he got three different answers -- although Keith and Ronnie are speaking the same language, or at least hoping for the same thing.
- Mick says, "If it goes well, then maybe."
- Keith adds, "We want to re-join our fans and our audiences...so I'm hungry... This thing is a hard juggernaut to stop once it rolls."
- Ronnie agrees, saying, "Once that wheel starts rolling it won't be able to stop. Then we'll roll on into next year. Let's go so everyone can see it!"
The Stones are in Paris this week continuing rehearsals, and Woody says they have plans to play a surprise club show or two while there. The four scheduled shows are November 25th and 29th at the O2 Arena in London, and December 13th and 15th at the Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey.