London, Feb 5 (ANI): English rock band The Rolling Stones are set to hit the road in another tour later this year.
The band members, comprising of 65-year-old Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, 67-year-old Charlie Watts and 61-year-old Ronnie Wood, are looking forward to a multi-million-pound payday.
"There is this offer for a US tour on the table. It's a good offer," the Daily Express quoted a source close to the band as saying.
"They may be well into their 60s but the lads can still out-rock most of the bands around today.
"They live well. Mick is a very healthy eater and Keith only has organic meals. They are in great shape for their ages. They live for performing so they will relish being back on the road. It's what they first got in the game to do," the source stated.
The band has performed hundreds of concerts with 38 tours across the globe in the past 46 years.
"Now that the Faces reunion seems to be off, Ronnie is free to perform with the Stones," the source said.
"Keith is particularly close to Ronnie and told him it would be a great way for him to get back on his feet, both personally and financially, after all that's happened over the past several months.
"It will be great motivation for Ronnie because he loves playing live. The gigs will go down a storm I'm sure," the source added. (ANI)