Rollling Stones to tour without Ronnie Wood?

thecheers.org    2008-07-22 10:53:27    

Washington, July 22 : Legendry guitarist Ronnie Wood may not be joining the Rolling Stones when they set off on tour soon.
Legendry guitarist Ronnie Wood may not be joining the Rolling Stones when they set off on tour soon.

Wood, who is rumoured to having left his wife Jo for a 20-year-old Russian waitress, will instead be spending time in rehab.

Frontman Mick Jagger has finally decided to tour without the guitarist.
"Mick officially becomes a pensioner (retire) at the end of July and Keith (Richards) at the end of the year, and I think Mick wants to get another tour under his belt in case it gets to the point where he can't do any more," Contactmusic quoted a source as telling the Daily Express.

"What's happened now is just something else and Mick and everyone can't quite believe it.

"Mick is still dead set on going on tour and has even said that they will do the gigs without Ronnie if it comes to it," the source said.

"Ronnie has always had his drink and drug problems but his marriage was rock solid: Jo kept him together," the source added. (ANI)
© 2007 ANI


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