Rolling Stones to tour ‘until we drop’, says Ronnie Wood

Guitarist says the band have no plans to retire

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The Rolling Stones‘ guitarist Ronnie Wood has said he does not believe the band will ever stop playing live.

The guitarist, who has been battling alcohol addiction, told BBC Radio 4’s Front Row that the mood in the band is good at present.

Asked if he thought The Rolling Stones will continue playing live for as long as possible, he replied, “Yeah. Oh definitely. The old frays. We will rock ’til we drop!”

Speaking of his rehabilitation, Wood said he is now seven months sober. He added: “I’ve never felt so comfortable with it.”

Meanwhile, The Rolling Stones have announced they will release two limited-edition vinyl boxsets in November spanning their career between 1964-1969 and 1971-2005.

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