The Rolling Stones have done a status about their last concert back in 2007, fuelling hype and speculation that they could be about to announce another gig at the same venue.
Earlier today, the band’s official Facebook page unveiled a photograph of Mick, Keith, Ronnie and Charlie on stage during their last gig at London’s O2 Arena, with the words: “THE ROLLING STONES LIVE – The last Rolling Stones concert was Sunday 26th August 2007 at the O2 Arena in London. Were you there?”
Stereoboard has got mighty excited, declaring to readers: “Could this be the band hinting that a new London O2 show is on the horizon? Check back to Stereoboard for details as soon as it is announced!”
A series of shows to mark the band’s 50th anniversary this year has been the subject of much discussion for quite some time now.
Along with the release of a pictorial book earlier and a photo exhibition this year, Stereoboard reckons the Stones are also putting together “a kaleidoscopic new film that documents the key periods of their career” as part of the London Film Festival later this month.
And if that wasn’t enough, they’ll also be releasing another greatest hits collection titled GRRR! on November 12. The collection will be available in five different formats, including a 3CD version containing 50 tracks, and super-deluxe 4CD version filled with 80 tracks.