Ronnie Wood hints at Rolling Stones reunion again
Outspoken rocker Ronnie Wood has risked the wrath of Sir Mick Jagger yet again after hinting The Rolling Stones could be hitting the road later this year.
The guitarist landed in trouble with the band's frontman earlier this year after he mistakenly suggested they were planning to enter a recording studio to commemorate the iconic group's 50th anniversary.
Now he's let slip that he is keeping his diary free in October and November to work with the band.
He tells The Sun, "It looks like we are going to be doing more stuff. I am keeping October/November free, that's what I've been told. I'm just awaiting more information."
Wood also denied the rockers will be working on any more new material, adding, "New ones? Are you joking? We are familiarising ourselves with our back catalogue and have only scratched the surface."
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