Mick Jagger ordered a huge beer at an outdoor Munich, Germany bar in a new video, as seen below by scrolling down.
The Rolling Stones are currently doing a tour as they are celebrating their 60th anniversary as a band. They are having a run of stadium shows across Europe. Keith Richards recently spoke about the band and addressed the speculations regarding the band’s future.
Keith Richards says the band wants to stay together
The guitarist said in an interview with The Sun that the British group intends to stay together for as long as they can:
“I think the most important thing is that the people in the band want to stay together. That helps! We had our ups and downs, of course. But in the end, we always noticed that we are more creative together.”
“And, of course, across these – my God! – six decades, you have got used to each other. The special thing about being part of a well-rehearsed group is knowing the others so well that you can predict up to a certain point what is going to happen next.”
The Rolling Stones are reportedly working on their 24th studio album with session musician Steve Jordan recording the drum parts following Charlie Watts’ death. The beginning of the tour was marked by an emotional video tribute to the late drummer, who passed away last Summer at 80 years old.
The Rolling Stones recently released two previously unheard recordings from a legendary event in the band’s incredible 60-year history via Universal Music. “Tumbling Dice” and “Hot Stuff”, recorded at The Stones’ famous secret concerts at the 300-capacity Toronto club El Mocambo in March 1977, are out now. Watch “Tumbling Dice” and “Hot Stuff” visualizers below.
The two tracks were featured in the “Live At The El Mocambo” album, which is being released in full for the very first time on Friday, May 13. The album will be available on double CD, four-LP black vinyl, four-LP neon vinyl and digitally. It features The Stones’ full set from the March 5 show, plus three bonus tracks from the March 4 gig, newly mixed by Bob Clearmountain