Mick Jagger has examined constructive for COVID-19, which has led the Rolling Stones to cancel their live performance in Amsterdam tonight.
“The Rolling Stones are deeply sorry for tonight’s postponement, however the security of the viewers, fellow musicians and the touring crew has to take precedence,” the band tweeted, explaining that Jagger had began experiencing signs after arriving on the Johan Cruijff ArenA.
“We intention to reschedule the date ASAP and get again as quickly as we are able to,” Jagger tweeted on his account. “Thanks all in your endurance and understanding.”
The Rolling Stones have performed solely three dates on their Sixty Tour: Madrid, Munich and Liverpool. Their subsequent present is scheduled for June 17 in Bern, Switzerland.
The death of drummer Charlie Watts final 12 months positioned the way forward for the Stones’ touring schedule up within the air, despite the fact that band members have assured followers they plan to proceed performing stay.
“I simply preserve going and by now, each my physique and thoughts is attuned to occurring the highway,” Keith Richards informed Rolling Stone UK earlier this 12 months. “The 12 months we didn’t go on the highway, I simply felt horrible. It’s what I do and I nonetheless like it. I wouldn’t know what else to do with out this and it nonetheless fascinates me, taking part in with these guys and what goes into placing a band collectively, what makes it work. It’s a captivating topic and I see no cause to stop in the mean time. You possibly can’t stop the Stones!”
Rolling Stones Reside Albums Ranked
Lots of the band’s live performance data sound like fast cash-grabs or stop-gaps between studio LPs, however there are gems to uncover.