Mick Jagger: “I’d Love to Play Hyde Park Again”
Mick Jagger celebrates his birthday this week, turning the big 7-0 tomorrow, born on July 26, 1943 in Kent, England.
Fresh off two shows in Hyde Park earlier this month as part of the Stones 50 & Counting tour, which many thought could be their final concerts, Mick seems to be indicating: it ain’t over yet.
From nme.com, when asked if he would play Hyde Park again, Mick responded:
“Not this year… I haven’t given it any thought and nor has it been offered. But I’d love to do it. It’s a great gig. I did enjoy it. It was beautiful… It turned out to be so wonderful with the sun going down behind the park. It was a perfect London evening.”
The Stones just released “Hyde Park Live” from the two shows there on July 6th and 13th exclusively on iTunes, available until August 19th.