The Rolling Stones Hint at Another Tour with New Billboards

Song titles and lyrics are popping up in U.S. cities

February 4, 2020

“Let’s Spend the Night Together.” “Miss You.” “Just a kiss away.”

The Rolling Stones are trying to get your attention. Song titles and lyrics from the band’s catalog of classics are showing up on billboards alongside the iconic tongue logo in cities like Pittsburgh, Cleveland and Buffalo.

The Stones also said they were “feeling restless” in their most recent Twitter post, which includes animation of a moving train while the logo lights up the night sky. Add it all up, and it certainly appears like the band is getting ready to hit the road again. But we’re still waiting for an official announcement.

The Rolling Stones last took the stage on August 30, 2019 when their No Filter tour made a stop in Miami Gardens, FL. Mick, Keith, Ronnie and Charlie performed two encores that night: “Gimme Shelter” and “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction.” In an interview with RADIO.COM before the tour, Keith Richards told us how they came up with setlists.

"We rehearse for quite a while before we go on, and it's during that period that the show sort of forms itself and which songs are where,” Richards said. “And also enough that we can shift things around; you don’t get exactly the same show every night. It’s pretty close, but there’s always a couple of different ones in there."

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