The Rolling Stones spent a good part of 2013 performing live in honor of their 50th anniversary and after wrapping up their concerts this past summer, all signs pointed to the band taking an extended break.
However, according to frontman Mick Jagger, that might not necessarily be the case.
While speaking with the London Evening Standard at the Harper’s Bazaar Women of the Year Awards, the iconic 70-year-old rocker stated that the group’s performance at the Glastonbury Festival and their following two shows at London’s Hyde Park went so well, that he would like to keep going.
“This summer was really good for us. I feel really happy and I had a really fantastic time in the last year. It was a great ending at Glastonbury and Hyde Park,” Jagger told the Evening Standard. “We were blown away. I’d love to do it again.”
Jagger was at the event with partner, model/designer L’Wren Scott, who was honored as Tastemaker of the Year.
Meanwhile, the Rolling Stones’s forthcoming concert film, Sweet Summer Sun – Hyde Park Live, which documents the band’s aforementioned July shows, is due out on CD and DVD/Blu-ray on November 12.
Hyde Park Live is also currently being screened in theaters worldwide, with more info at www.stonesonscreen.com.
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