The Rolling Stones decided to go on with the fall part of their ‘No Filter’ tour to honor the wishes of their late drummer Charlie Watts. The legendary band initially wanted to get through the 14 shows of the fall tour and see what would come next.
Keith Richards hinted there’s more to come with a video post at the end of the tour. Here’s what he said: "Thank you so much for sticking with us. It was a great tour. We had immense fun and really looking forward to doing it again. And I wish you all the best."
Mick Jagger also posted a video, showing him trying on several of his tour jackets along with the caption, "Thanks so much to everyone who came to the shows! We all had a ball, hope you did too!"
Also, Ronnie Wood says he was filled with "happy sad" feelings prior to the final show of the tour last Tuesday in Hollywood, Florida. We’ll see what is next for The Stones and hopefully the new album they’ve been recording the past few years will be out in 2022.
[Source: Classic Hits Today]