AD
play_arrow

keyboard_arrow_right

Listeners:

Top listeners:

skip_previous play_arrow skip_next
00:00 00:00
playlist_play chevron_left
volume_up
chevron_left
  • cover play_arrow

    99.1 Mike FM The Hill Country's Strongest Radio Station

  • cover play_arrow

    94.3 Rev-FM The Rock of Texas | Where Texas Rocks

  • cover play_arrow

    103.7 The Buck Texas Country's Number 1 Country

  • play_arrow

    KERV 1230 AM

Rev Rock Report

Keith Richards plans to work on more new Rolling Stones music with Mick Jagger this year

todayAugust 3, 2022

Background
share close
AD
Samir Hussein/WireImage

The Rolling Stones wrap up their 2022 SIXTY tour tonight with a concert at the Waldbühne theater in Berlin. In a recent interview with Apple Music’s Matt Wilkinson, guitarist Keith Richards reports that after the trek, he expects to continue working on Stones songs with Mick Jagger.

Richards told Wilkinson that he and Jagger had previously spent some time in Jamaica’s Blue Mountains together and collaborated on new material, noting, “I guess when this tour’s finished, [we’ll] give it a break for a bit, but then I imagine that we’ll pick up where we left off in Jamaica.”

He added, “There’s some good stuff there. It was fun.”

Reflecting on his writing sessions with Mick, Keith said, “We played it like hermits, we didn’t go out, we just worked, but we’ll pick up on that I guess a little later in the year.”

As for how The Stones might approach releasing their new music, Richards said, “I couldn’t say what form things are going to come out. I hope that we’ll have recorded some stuff by the end of the year. And then, I mean, what do we do, stream it? I don’t know. Anyway, I just make records and then we figure out how they come out, right? That’s what I do.”

The Stones’ SIXTY tour, which celebrates the band’s 60th birthday, kicked off June 1 in Madrid and has visited 14 European cities. One of the originally scheduled shows, a June 17 date in Bern, Switzerland, was canceled after Jagger tested positive for COVID-19 early in the trek.

Copyright © 2022, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.

AD

Written by: ABC News

Rate it

Previous post

‘stranger-things”-writers-starting-work-on-season-five

Entertainment News

‘Stranger Things” writers starting work on season five

Netflix If you're a Stranger Things fan, you've probably just recovered from the show's fourth season finale -- but now, there's some news that might have you hyperventilating all over again. In a post on their official Twitter account, the writers for the Netflix phenomenon showed a photo of a white board, blank save for one critical element: A hand-drawn logo reading "Stranger Things 5." While revealing absolutely nothing else, […]

todayAugust 3, 2022


AD
0%