The Rolling Stones to tour Europe in honor of their 60th anniversary with a new drummer

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The Rolling Stones to tour Europe in honor of their 60th anniversary with a new drummer
The Rolling Stones to tour Europe in honor of their 60th anniversary with a new drummer
17 March, 11:08Culture
During the SIXTY tour, the band plans to visit ten countries.

On June 1, The Rolling Stones will begin a concert tour of Europe, according to The Reuters. It will be called SIXTY - this year the Rolling Stones celebrate their 60th anniversary. The first concert will take place in Madrid, then the musicians will visit 10 more countries and will give a total of 14 shows in Munich, Amsterdam, Bern, Milan, Brussels, Vienna, Paris and Stockholm.

Along with Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and Ronnie Wood, drummer Steve Jordan will take the stage to replace Charlie Watts, who died last year. “Looking forward to seeing you all this summer!”, – Jagger wrote on his Twitter.

The set list, according to a press release, will include classics like (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction and Paint It Black, as well as "a selection of surprise tracks".

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