Monday, November 16, 2015

Rolling Stones plan studio sessions for new album

Rolling Stones guitarist Ron Wood says the band are considering entering a recording studio next month to begin work on a new album.

"We'll maybe go in the studio in December and cut a few tracks and see what happens," Wood tells ABC Radio, adding that band would be laying "some groundwork" for a possible new album project.

"We'll take it from there, see how it all goes," says Wood. "One thing at a time."

Keith Richards recently confirmed the band has plans to regroup to record a follow-up to 2005’s “A Bigger Bang.”

The studio sessions would come before The Stones begin rehearsals in January for their first South American tour in a decade.

The 12-date América Latina Olé tour will begin in Santiago, Chile on February 3 and include multiple shows in Buenos Aires and Sao Paulo.

On November 20, The Rolling Stones will release “From The Vault: Live In Leeds Roundhay Park 1982” on DVD and Blu-ray.

The finale of the band’s 1982 European tour in support of “Tattoo You” also marked pianist Ian Stewart’s last show before his passing in 1985 and the group’s final live performance for 7 years.

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