Thursday, May 25, 2017

Rolling Stones guitarist Ronnie Wood recovering after lung surgery



Rolling Stones guitarist Ronnie Wood is recovering following surgery to remove a small lesion from his lungs that was discovered during a routine screening.

The rocker – who turns 70 next week – is expected to make a full recovery ahead of the band’s fall European tour as no additional treatment is necessary.

“I’m so grateful for modern screening which picked this up so early,” says Wood, “and would like to thank all the doctors who treated me.”

The Rolling Stones will begin the No Filter European tour at the Stadtpark in Hamburg, Germany on September 9.

The month-long run will also make stops in Austria, Switzerland, Italy, Spain, Holland, Denmark and Sweden before it wraps up with the second of two shows at the new U Arena in Paris, France on October 22.


The Rolling Stones
No Filter European tour 2017


Sep 09 - Hamburg, Germany - Stadtpark
Sep 12 - Munich, Germany - Olympic Stadium
Sep 16 - Spielberg, Austria - Spielberg at Red Bull Ring
Sep 20 - Zurich, Switzerland - Letzigrund Stadium
Sep 23 - Lucca, Italy - Lucca Summer Festival-City Walls
Sep 27 - Barcelona, Spain - Olympic Stadium
Sep 30 - Amsterdam, Holland - Amsterdam Arena
Oct 03 - Copenhagen, Denmark - Parken Stadium
Oct 09 - Dusseldorf, Germany - Esprit arena
Oct 12 - Stockholm, Sweden - Friends Arena
Oct 15 - Arnhem, Holland - GelreDome
Oct 19 - Paris, France - U Arena
Oct 22 - Paris, France - U Arena

See also:

Rolling Stones announce European tour
Rolling Stones win Album and Artist Of The Year at UK Jazz FM Awards
Rolling Stones to release Latin American tour documentary
The Rolling Stones are working on new music
Search Rolling Stones at hennemusic