Mick Jagger says that as usual, the Rolling Stones are over-rehearsing for their upcoming live dates in London and New Jersey. At the October 18th London premiere of their new HBO documentary, Crossfire Hurricane, Jagger shed light on the band's current rehearsals in Paris, saying, "Rehearsals are going very well. We've done about 70 different songs. I said, 'Look, we only need to do 30, we don't need to do 70.' But now we are doing 70. I don't know if we will do them all."
Keith Richards added: "Y'know, we are looking forward to a great time. See, it's a two-way thing. It's to do with all these people and it's to do with us. We will deliver alright -- one love."
CHECK IT OUT: The Stones in 2002 rehearsing "Can't You Hear Me Knockin'" in Toronto: