A lot of media speculation has circulated recently about whether The Rolling Stones might be planning to hit the road again in 2014 after their successful 50 and Counting tour this year. While nothing has been confirmed, new comments from frontman Mick Jagger seem to suggest that his band may indeed have some touring plans in the works.
Speaking with U.K. newspaper The Evening Standard on Tuesday, the 70-year-old singer gushed about how the group's recent shows went.
"This summer was really good for us," he said. "I feel really happy and I had a really fantastic time in the last year. It was a great ending at Glastonbury and Hyde Park. We were blown away."
Regarding The Stones' future touring plans, Jagger declared, "I'd love to do it again."
Mick chatted with the paper at the Harper's Bazaar Women of the Year Awards, held at Claridge's Hotel in London. The rock legend was on hand to accompany his girlfriend, fashion designer L'Wren Scott, who received the Tastemaker of the Year prize at the ceremony. "I'm really, really proud of her," said Jagger.
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