London (dpa) – The Rolling Stones can’t help themselves. After the success of their new album “Hackney Diamonds”, the rock’n’roll veterans have one for next year another tour announced. From April to July, Mick Jagger (80), Keith Richards (79) and Ronnie Wood (76) want to give a total of 16 concerts in North America. The tour kicks off April 28 in Houston, Texas. The last concert for now is scheduled for June 17 in Santa Clara, California. The European tour dates were not initially announced.
On the occasion of the release of “Hackney Diamonds”, which reached number one on the album charts in Britain, Germany and many other countries, Jagger had already hinted at his plans in October. “We hope to go on tour,” said the Stones’ restless frontman in an interview with the German Press Agency. “And I hope we play some of the new songs.”
In addition to new songs like “Angry” and “Mess It Up,” popular classics like “Start Me Up,” “Gimme Shelter,” “Jumpin’ Jack Flash” and “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction” will also be included. . The Rolling Stones promised in a statement about the “Hackney Diamonds” tour on their official website that there will be no show next year.
In October, the Stones performed in front of guests at the New York club “Racket NYC.” They completed their last tour to date in the summer of 2022 on the occasion of the band’s 60th anniversary. As part of the “Sixty Tour,” the legendary rock band performed 14 concerts in Europe, including three in Germany. Jagger and Co. gave their first concert as the Rolling Stones in July 1962 at the Marquee Jazz Club in London.
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