The Roling Stones is ready to continue their postponed A Bigger Bang tour.
The legendary rock band, The Rolling Stones, is confirmed to start their postponed "A Bigger Bang" tour on July 11th in Milan, Italy. This confirmation is a relief for the fans after the head injury Keith Richards got during his vacation in Fiji, and Ron Wood's alcohol-addiction.
The guitarist, Ron "Ronnie" was reported to enter the rehab clinic in South London early this week. Although the Stones' publicist, Fran Curtis, said Wood does need some breaks, he is positively ready to continue the band's European Tour.
Meanwhile, the newly released concert itinerary indicates that Keith Richards has totally recovered after undergoing a minor surgery to overcome the bumping and noggin resulted by the pressure in the brain as the effect of his fall from tropical palm tree.
The band itself, eventually, had started the tour in August 2005, leading them to perform for the very first time in China and in the famous spot, Brazil's Copacabana Beach with astonishing numbers of fans watching the tour.
The incidents had made them cancel some schedules. Yet, the updated schedule confirms that this band is ready to rock 21 stadiums in 11 countries, Norway, Portugal, Spain included. On the other hand, there hasn't been a reset for other ten schedules, which indicates a postponement until 2007, and leaving the shows in Leipzig and Nuremberg, Germany remained cancelled.