Rock legends the Rolling Stones will hold a summit meeting in December (10) to decide on plans for a rumoured farewell world tour.
Drummer Charlie Watts recently hinted the ageing rockers are planning one final road trip in 2011 or 2012, but guitarist Ronnie Wood insists nothing will be decided until the four band members meet in person to thrash out their future plans.
Wood tells WENN, "It's all talk. Nothing's concrete yet. We normally have a summit meeting before the Stones do anything and that's coming up probably in December. It'll be interesting to see what everyone wants to do.
And the rocker lifts the lid on the inner workings of the band, adding, "At a Stones summit we sit around together and draw caricatures of each other and tell a few jokes and maybe see if any of us wants to work as a band again."