Ronnie Wood has hinted that the Rolling Stones are set to tour throughout 2013, with the rocker telling fans that they should “get ready for more” live shows.
The 'Gimme Shelter' rockers reunited last November for their '50 and Counting' tour to celebrate their 50th anniversary, playing a small series of shows at London's O2 and several venues in New York.
The Rolling Stones in the music video for their single 'Doom and Gloom' (WENN)
However, it seems that those who missed out on the special concerts may have another chance to catch the band in action as guitarist Ronnie Wood has hinted that the band will head out on the road.
During a live Twitter Q&A with fans, Ronnie replied to a fan who asked what it was like to perform with the band for the reunion tour, writing: “not enough ~ get ready for more.” When quizzed if there would be extra live dates this year, Ronnie replied: “Watch this space.”
Meanwhile, it has been heavily speculated that The Rolling Stones will be headlining this year's Glastonbury festival with the rocker previously admitting that he wanted to perform at the event “badly.
“Keep your eye out because you know I want to do some more (live shows) and I know that the boys do too,” Ronnie told Reuters in February.
“I want to do it badly [Glastonbury], but I've no idea yet ... but I am just looking forward to ... I know we're the best live, so I just hope we get it.”
Meanwhile, Kasabian singer Serge Pizzorno appeared to confirm that the Rolling Stones are headlining Glasto, when speaking to MTV News about Kasabian's upcoming headline slot at Hard Rock Calling.
“I hope ours is the most talked about performance of the weekend, but that would be a miracle because The Rolling Stones are playing Glastonbury,” Serge said.