A new Rolling Stones album will be released along with an upcoming retrospective book.
NME and Amazon reports on July 6 that “On Air in the Sixties” chronicles The Stones’ early performances in the UK.
‘The Rolling Stones: On Air in the Sixties’ will be published by Penguin Random House on September 8. Presale Here
The first official, in-depth history of the Rolling Stones will report band’s television and radio broadcast appearances. Published to tie in with the global release of a DVD containing recently found unreleased footage of the Stones on Television sets.
The book will come with “previously unseen facsimile documents from the BBC and commercial TV and radio archives, containing unseen images”. There will also be a “tie-in” album and a BBC documentary of the same name. (Amazon)
From their first television appearance on Thank Your Lucky Stars!,
No further details are known about what the album will include. NME has approached a representative of the band for more information.
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Recently the band announced that they’d be playing 13 shows in 12 different European cities this Autumn – but the shows did not feature any dates in the United Kingdom. Now, the rock veterans have revealed why.
“I’m so excited to be touring Europe this Autumn and returning to some familiar places and some we’ve never done before,” said frontman Mick Jagger, while guitarist Keith Richards simply added ““Hey guys, here we come. See you there!”
The Rolling Stones’ upcoming ‘No Filter’ European tour dates are below. Tickets go on sale later this week and will be available here.
9 September – Hamburg, Germany: Stadtpark
12 September – Munich, Germany: Olympic Stadium
16 September – Spielberg, Austria: Spielberg at Red Bull Ring
20 September – Zurich, Switzerland: Letzigrund Stadium
23 September – Lucca, Italy: Lucca Summer Festival-City Walls
27 September – Barcelona, Spain: Olympic Stadium
30 September – Amsterdam, Holland: Amsterdam ArenA
3 October – Copenhagen, Denmark: Parken Stadium
9 October – Dusseldorf, Germany: Esprit arena
12 October – Stockholm, Sweden: Friends Arena
15 October – Arnhem, Holland: GelreDome
19 October – Paris, France: U Arena
22 October – Paris, France: U Arena