Charlie Watts Comments on Possible Rolling Stones 50th Anniversary Plans

01/10/2012
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(Gibson) With rumors buzzing that Mick Jagger and Keith Richards have been warming to the idea of a 2012 Rolling Stones tour to mark the band's 50th anniversary, drummer Charlie Watts has chipped in with his thoughts.

Watts told BBC 6Music: "It would be lovely next year to do some shows because it will be 50 years. Ronnie plays, I still play, Mick sings, he can do it anyway, I think Keith is doing some records."

Watts, however, also explained that such a tour is a vast undertaking, saying: "It would be great if we did, we are just getting to an age where it's getting a bit difficult to get it together and it's such a bloody performance getting us together." more on this story

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