Rolling Stones deny they are to play Glastonbury or tour in 2010

Band issue statement saying they have no current plans to hit the road

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The Rolling Stones have announced that they will not be playing Glastonbury festival this year, following speculation that they were due to headline the June bash.

The band released a statement to NME.COM saying that the festival rumours were false and that they would not be touring at all in 2010.

“Following recent UK media speculation, The Rolling Stones would like to make it clear there are no plans at the moment for the band to tour in 2010,” a spokesperson for the band said.

At present, U2 are the only band confirmed to headline Glastonbury, which takes place on June 25-27.

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