Rolling Stones

Rolling Stones to Release Star-Studded 2012 Live Recordings in the New Year

The Rolling Stones plan to release an “ultimate live greatest songs album” in 2023. This will feature appearances by Lady Gaga and Bruce Springsteen as well as Gary Clark Jr., The Black Keys, and The Black Keys.

“GRRR Live!” will be the album. The album will include songs recorded live at New Jersey’s Prudential Center on Dec. 15, 2012. The Associated Press reported.

Apart from Springsteen, Gaga, and Clark Jr., the event featured performances by Mick Taylor, John Mayer, and Clark Jr.

The concert was not available on pay-per-view in 2012, and it has been unavailable to fans ever since.

The Rolling Stones’ new album will include 24 tracks. It includes some of their most popular hits like “It’s Only Rock ‘n’ Roll (But It Likes It),” “Honky Tonk Women,” and “Start Me Up.”

The collection will be available on February 10.

Recently, news broke that the Rolling Stones will release their first new album in 18 years next summer.

This news comes after Charlie Watts, the long-time drummer, died in 2021. This summer, the legendary band performed at many venues in Europe to celebrate its 60th anniversary.

According to a source close, Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, and Ronnie Wood were able to team up in New York for recording sessions over the past fortnight, along with several top-class session musicians, to complete their initial recordings for their first output in 18 years.

There was uncertainty over what to do after Charlie’s death. Although they had scheduled stadium dates, it was difficult to know what the future would hold. Now they have had some time to reflect and feel that it is the right thing for them to continue doing what they do as a band, making new music, and hopefully hitting the road again to entertain their fans.

Mick Jagger, the lead singer, announced that he had tested positive for COVID-19 this summer. This forced them to postpone several concerts.

Watts joined the Stones in 1963 and was ranked third behind Richards and Jagger as the most experienced member of the group.

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