Even Ronnie Wood Surprised By Rolling Stones 2013 Live Plans

(Classic Rock) Ronnie Wood is pleasantly surprised that the Rolling Stones have agreed to return to Hyde Park, 44 years after their iconic free show at the London location.

They've confirmed a paid-for event on July 6 this year, with support by The Vaccines, The Temper Trap and Gary Clark Jr. It will follow their highly-anticipated set at Glastonbury and a series of US appearances in May, with former guitarist Mick Taylor guesting on the whole tour.

The band's 1969 show at Hyde Park is a bittersweet memory as it took place just two days after the death of Brian Jones. That's one of the reasons Wood – who wasn't in the band at the time –doubted they'd ever return.

He tells The Sun: "I never thought the Stones would do it, to be quite honest. But it's come to fruition and it's very pleasing." more on this story

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