On Monday (November 19) the Rolling Stones announced that they would extend their "No Filter" tour to the United States in the spring of 2019. The Stones website lists 13 stops, beginning in Miami on April 20 and ending in Chicago. The 21st of June. New Orleans is not on the list.
The Rolling Stones announce a tour of the US UU No stops in New Orleans …
HOWEVER, the band's iconic leader, Mick Jagger, released a low-fidelity, low-fidelity 54-second video about a song about a US tour in which he seems to inject a stop in New Orleans between the show of April 28 in Houston and his concert on May 7. in Glendale Arizona. Or did he? It is a bit difficult to distinguish.
And there may be some illusion in this regard. For days, rumors have suggested that the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival, which turns 50, would be headed by Mick and company. Although the Jazz Fest is firm in retaining the lineup until December.
Listen carefully and tell me what you think. Did Jagger let the Crescent City cat out of the bag?
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