Ronnie Wood hints that The Rolling Stones will play Glastonbury 2011

Guitarist says he would 'love to do it'

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Ronnie Wood has said that he’d love The Rolling Stones to regroup to play Glastonbury next summer.

The guitarist told the Metro that it was “high time” the band got back together again, having been on a break from band duties for the last three years.

“I’d love to do it [Glastonbury],” he said. “I’m always up for the festivals. As far as the Stones are concerned we haven’t had a get-together for three years but it’s high time.”

Despite being perennially rumoured to play Glastonbury, The Rolling Stones have never done so.

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