Pete Waterman, the man who deemed it necessary to inflict Jason Donovan, Steps, 2 Unlimited and lord knows who else on the music buying public, has said The Rolling Stones should pack in their 50th anniversary tour as they are too old and ‘ain’t rock ’n’ roll anymore’.
Bill Wyman has said he is unlikely to ever perform with his former Rolling Stones bandmates again after he briefly rejoined the group in London last year as they celebrated their 50th anniversary.
Katy Perry became the latest special guest to join The Rolling Stones onstage when the veterans performed in Las Vegas over the weekend as part of their 50 And Counting anniversary tour.
The promoter of the ongoing Rolling Stones US tour has dismissed reports which claimed the legendary band had been forced to cut the cost of tickets due to disappointing sales.
They will announce their 50th anniversary world tour promoted by AEG Live on April 3, a week after the rock n roll veterans were confirmed as Glastonbury Festival headliners – they take the stage on Saturday June 29th.
That same day ex Stones bassist Bill Wyman’s band Rhythm Kings was also announced for Glasto.
Black Crowes frontman Chris Robinson has described The Rolling Stones‘ comeback shows as ‘like going to Disneyland’ and said those who bought tickets for the gigs are ‘rock n roll tourists’.
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.
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