The Stones have just rolled out an updated itinerary, kicking off their 13-stop tour on September 26th at St. Louis’ Dome at America’s Center in St. Louis, Missouri, and wrapping things up on November 20th at Austin’s Circuit of the Americas. Ron Wood recently revealed that he and Mick Jagger had been sprucing up some tracks for a 40th anniversary edition of the band’s classic album, Tattoo You.
Out now is the Rolling Stones’ new multimedia set, The Rolling Stones — A Bigger Bang: Live On Copacabana Beach.
The double-DVD, two-CD collection was captured in Brazil on February 8th, 2006 at Rio de Janeiro’s Copacabana Beach in front of a reported 1.5 million people — both on land and at sea.
Back in April, Jagger and Dave Grohl have joined forces for the new track, titled, “Eazy Sleazy,” which spotlights life during the pandemic. The song, which was co-written by the two, features Jagger on rhythm guitar and vocals, and Grohl supplying drums, lead guitar, backing vocals and bass. “Easy Sleazy” was produced by Jagger’s longtime collaborator and Rolling Stones live keyboardist, Matt Clifford.
In the spring of 2020, the Stones released the single, “Living In A Ghost Town,” which seemed to foreshadow the coronavirus pandemic. The tune soared to the Number One spot on the iTunes Song Chart