The Rolling Stones have rehearsed around 70 songs for their upcoming 50th anniversary shows, set to take place in London and just outside New York later this year. Meanwhile, the legendary group continues to drop hints that more dates might be added. "Rehearsals are going very well,” Mick Jagger told reporters yesterday (Oct. 18), according to the Associated Press. “We’ve done about 70 different songs. I said, 'Look, we only need to do 30, we don't need to do 70.’ But now we are doing 70. I don't know if we will do them all."
Alongside bandmates Keith Richards, Charlie Watts and Ronnie Wood, Jagger directed his comments to the media prior to the world premiere of Crossfire Hurricane, a new documentary about the band. Keith Richards added, “You know, we are looking forward to a great time. See, it's a two-way thing. It's to do with all these people and it's to do with us. We will deliver alright - one love." Wood spoke as well, dropping the tantalizing hint that the Stones might stage additional concerts. “Once this wheel is turning, I don't think it will be able to stop,” he said. “We won't be able to stop."