Mick Jagger will hold a webcast at 4pm tomorrow through the band's website Rollingstones.com.
A press conference to announce the Stones' European leg of their Bigger Bang Tour was to have taken place tomorrow afternoon in Park Lane, but due to scheduling problems, it is now altered to a worldwide webcast by front man Mick Jagger.
The Bigger Bang Tour, which kicked off in August 2005 has been officially labeled the “top-grossing tour in history” by US trade magazine Billboard.
Despite several set-backs and postponements along the worldwide tour route, incidents included Kieth Richards’ fall from a palm tree in Figi and Mick Jagger's double-dose of laryngitis, the tour has been raptously recieved.
The tour has also been the subject of a documentary by Oscar-winning director Martin Scorcese.
The webcast is due to begin at 4pm. Fans will be able to ask Jagger questions as the announcement occurs.
I live then in Helsinki, and I hope that I will haven't school then :S I have 4 holiday days, so I hope I could use one then
But it is so great if Stones came to Helsinki. This is great summer for Finland, we have eurovision song contest, Metallica and George Michael will come here...And ROLLING STONES? Who's next? The Beatles?
Post by janrichards on Mar 21, 2007 19:28:16 GMT 1
Well exatly, you said it there: THE WHO. One of them classic big ones that once up on a time was competing about the title "Da Greatest Rock Band In The World" I will be there in Helsinki for the Who as well