The Rolling Stones Return
If you have found yourself missing the old rock’n’roll rhythm, you’re going to be thrilled about the announcement The Rolling Stones recently made. The British veteran rockers are planning a series of concerts during a 15-city tour. At Tuesday’s press conference, the band declared that their new project will air in May. The first city to be entertained will be lucky San Diego, on May 24.
Suggestively named the “Zip Code” tour, the event is thought to mark a new success for the band, with Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Ronnie Wood and Charlie Watts as members. After San Diego, they are planning to head east and make stops in lots of cities, including Minneapolis, Atlanta, Buffalo and Detroit. One of the tour’s purpose is to introduce the fans a new, improved, version of the 1971 album “Sticky Fingers”.
The whole team is psyched about holding concerts in the States, as they have confessed on Tuesday. "We are excited to be back in North America playing stadiums this summer! We are looking forward to being back on stage and playing your favorite songs," stated Jagger, 71. Their last tour across North America was between 2005 and 2007, remembered by few of their younger fans.