Ronnie Wood talks The Rolling Stones, Glastonbury and sketching his bandmates over the decades, as he unveils his latest art exhibition.
Mick Jagger has tweeted his excitement for his first ever performance with The Rolling Stones at Glastonbury 2013.
Sir Mick Jagger and Keith Richards are threatening to halt a new musical set in London’s 1960s which will include one of their biggest hits.
The promoter of American leg of the Rolling Stones' 50 and Counting tour have been forced to cut ticket prices for the top seats, with the tour due to begin tomorrow.
Floor seat tickets priced at $600 (£386) were still being advertised for tomorrow's concert at the Staples Center arena in Los Angeles, but promoter AEG has begun to lower prices.
The band's last major tour was 2005's A Bigger Bang, which lasted for two years and generated sales topping $558 million (£360 million).
The Rolling Stones have added a second date in London's Hyde Park after the first sold out in a matter of minutes.
The veteran rockers will play their extra concert on July 13 - a week after they return to play the outdoor venue 44 years on from their famed free concert.
Tickets for the show - part of the Barclaycard Presents British Summer Time Hyde Park series - will go on sale on Friday at 9am, although Barclaycard Unwind customers can purchase from Wednesday.
BothStones shows on July 6 and 13 are part of the band's 50 And Counting tour.
Further information is available on the Rolling Stones website.
The Rolling Stones summer concert in Hyde Park has sold out in just five minutes, despite high prices.
AEG Live promoter Rob Hallett said the response had been "incredible".
He said: "We sold 65,000 tickets in the speed the system could handle it. If the system could handle it in seconds, we would have probably sold out in seconds."
Basic tickets cost £95, although there were hospitality packages for sale at up to £299.
The band will also headline Glastonbury and play a north American tour this year.
The Rolling Stones will headline a concert in Hyde Park this summer, almost 44 years to the day that they first played there.
The event which features threestages and is formally known as Barclaycard Presents British Summer Time HydePark will be held on Saturday July 6.
The band's first Hyde Park concert, on July 5 1969, was only two days after the death of founder member Brian Jones and marked the live debut of his replacement guitarist, Mick Taylor.
Frontman Mick Jagger said: "We had such a great time playing the five concerts last year, we want to keep it going. Hyde Park holds such great memories for us and we can't think of anywhere better to perform to our UK fans this summer."
Tickets for the event will go on general sale on Friday for £95.
Veteran rockers The Rolling Stones have been nominated for four NME Awards after staging a series of comeback shows last year.
The band are nominated in the best live band, best book, music moment of the year and best music film categories.
Frontman Mick Jagger said: "It's very nice to be nominated."
David Bowie, who recently surprised fans with a new single and album is nominated in the music moment of the year category, as well as the best music video and hero of the year categories.
Rollng Stones guitarist Ronnie Wood has married his fiancée Sally Humphreys despite an age gap of more than three decades, it has been reported.
Earlier this year Sally said: "There's no problem with the age difference. I can understand why people would have a problem with it but it doesn't seem to cause any problems. We get on very well."
The Rolling Stones star, 65, has known the 34-year-old theatre producer for nine years.