The Rolling Stones are lining up a significant run of North American shows for the first half of this year, according to a Rolling Stone report.
The publication quotes a ‘concert business source’ who claims the Stones will perform ‘fewer than 20′ US gigs in 2013 after their short series of anniversary concerts late last year.
Those comeback shows took the Stones to New York and New Jersey in December 2012, when a host of stars including Lady Gaga, Bruce Springsteen, John Meyer and former member Mick Taylor acted as special guests.
The legendary band also continue to be strongly linked with a headline performance at the Glastonbury festival in June, though any official announcement still looks to be some way off. Mumford & Sons and Prince have also been tipped for bill-topping performances on the Pyramid Stage, while Sheffield band the Arctic Monkeys are likely to head the event on Friday night.
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