Ronnie Wood, 76, dons mustard coloured leather gloves as he and stylish wife Sally, 45, enjoy date night in London
Ronnie Wood cosied up to his wife Sally as they enjoyed a date night at the Half Moon Pub in London on Tuesday.
The Rolling Stones guitarist, 76, was seen wearing his mustard coloured leather gloves during a rather wet and windy evening in the capital.
Ronnie stood out in a white and red patterned shirt, teamed with a black leather jacket and skinny trousers.
Meanwhile Sally, 45, looked stylish in a pink top and matching leather jacket, teamed with a black scarf.
It comes after Rolling Stones sent fans into frenzy after announcing a North America 2024 tour.
Ronnie Wood cosied up to his wife Sally as they enjoyed a date night at the Half Moon Pub in London on Tuesday
The Rolling Stones guitarist, 76, was seen wearing his mustard coloured leather gloves during a rather wet and windy evening in the capital
The legendary rock band seem to be keeping their word after guitarist Keith Richards said they will keep making music ‘until they drop.’
The iconic tour will kick off on April 28 in Houston, Texas, at the NRG Stadium marking the 60th anniversary of the Stones’ first US tour in 1964 – and will wrap up on July 17 at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California .
The Rolling Stones will play across 16 cities across U.S. and Canada including Los Angeles , Chicago , Orlando, Atlanta, and more.
Due to the overwhelming demand, the band announced additional dates in Los Angeles, Chicago, and East Rutherford – after they released the 24th studio album in October with a huge success.
Hackney Diamonds went straight in at number one – the 11th time the band have achieved this feat.
It was quickly classified as the fifth fastest-selling album of the year and the third most streamed album on Apple Music.
Six tracks from the new record — Angry, Sweet Sounds of Heaven, Get Close, Bite My Head Off, Depending on You and Mess it Up — made this week’s top 100 singles midweek chart.
It comes after Rolling Stones sent fans into frenzy after announcing a North America 2024 tour (L-R Ronnie Wood, Mick Jagger and Keith Richards)
Taking to X, frontman Mick Jagger looked every inch of the rocker as he shared a clip of him singing and playing the guitar.
The singer, 80, penned thrilled: ‘Tickets on sale today, hope to see you there!’
Earlier this month Keith, 79, told NPR the band – now composed by him, lead singer Mick, and Ronnie Wood – have ‘plenty more’ material to publish.
The guitarist added: ‘There’ll always be another one until we drop. We can put our feet up for a little bit, but you know.
‘You’re into this thing all the way. This is what we do. We’ve gotta see this Rolling Stones through.’
The upcoming tour is sponsored by the American Association of Retired Persons – giving a subtle clue that Mick might be ready to embrace old age.
A source close to the father of eight said: ‘Mick has always rebelled against ageing but everyone has embraced AARP sponsoring the upcoming tour. It’s a deal worth millions but it has also made everyone smile.
‘The AARP logo is front and centre on all the advertising. Mick is finally ready to embrace the fact he’s a pensioner. In fact he’s proud of it.’
Fans rushed to buy tickets for the tour which will kick off on April 28 in Houston, Texas and will wrap up on July 17 at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California
The AARP is the world’s largest non-profit organisation aimed at helping the elderly, with the motto: ‘Choose how to live as you age’.
The musician, who exercises for an hour every day and rarely drinks alcohol, has suffered just one major health crisis – a heart valve replacement in 2019.
The Rolling Stones are the first band in Britain to gross a billion dollars – as they have struck gold through electrifying live performances and shifting over 250 million album sales.
Their concerts have hauled in a jaw-dropping $2billion in ticket sales over the years, and in 2021, fans splurged $130.9million on just 14 gigs during the No Filter tour in the U.S.