Rolling Stones will broadcast every sunday classic concerts on Youtube
Just like Genesis, Pink Floyd and many other bands, The Rolling Stones will also broadcast on Youtube classic concerts. The band will release a new one every sunday. Starting May 03 at 8pm BST / 12pm PT / 3pm ET. Called “Extra Licks“, the six-part weekly series will show bonus footage from some of the band’s most memorable concerts around the world that will be available digitally for the first time.
The first concert to be relased is from the Olé Olé Olé !: The Trip Across Latin America 2016 tour. Another show already announced as part of the series will focus on the 1994 tour that promoted the album Voodoo Lounge.
Watch Rolling Stones full Olé Olé Olé concert:
The Rolling Stones lastest album was 2016’s Blue & Lonesome. Mick Jagger, Ronnie Wood, Charlie Watts and Keith Richards had to postpone their upcoming No Filter tour in the United States due to the pandemic.
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They were formed in London in 1962. And are considered one of the biggest, oldest and most successful musical groups of all time. The band and its members occupied a prominent position in the musical. Also on behavioral changes of the 1960s and are often related to the counterculture, rebellion and youth of the time .