Where the boys go …

Mick, Hyde Park I, 2022

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Hyde Park I was simply a blast! Below you can see some messages from Mick, Keith and Ronnie. And 4 hours of Stones at BBC2!

1) As they are in their hometown and have a week off until Hyde Park II, I bet they use their time to meet friends and places!

Here’ Mick saying: “Hyde Park was so much fun last night, can’t wait to do it all again next weekend!

Ronnie, after the gig:

And here’s Keith, proudly presenting his new capo:

2) “My Life As A Rolling Stone film in 4 parts about Mick, Keith, Ronnie and Charlie!

In July, the BBC celebrates 60 glorious years of The Rolling Stones with a star-studded season of programming across television, radio and digital platforms. The centrepiece is a world-exclusive four-part series of films, My Life As A Rolling Stone, to premiere on BBC Two and BBC iPlayer, produced by Mercury Studios, and presented by Sienna Miller.
Four hour-long films, each an intimate portrait of Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Ronnie Wood and Charlie Watts, show how these individual musical geniuses came together to make the music that has provided the soundtrack to the lives of millions.
Contributors are Tina Turner, Bernard Fowler, Chrissie Hynde, Jon Bon Jovi, Lars Ulrich, Joyce Smyth, Rod Stewart, Sheryl Crow, Slash, P.P. Arnold, Tommy Hilfiger, Andy Summers, Anna Sui, Brian Johnson, Chip Monck, Don Was, Glyn Johns, John Pasche, Lisa Fischer, Lulu Kennedy-Cairns.
The series is directed by award-winning filmmakers, Mick Jagger – Sam Anthony (Stewart Copeland’s Adventures In Music; Me, My Selfie And I With Ryan Gander); Keith Richards – Oliver Murray (Bill Wyman, The Quiet One); Ronnie Wood – Clare Tavernor (Keith Richards: A Culture Show Special); and Charlie Watts – James Giles (Can You Feel It – How Dance Music Conquered The World; The Longest Reign: The Queen And Her People); executive producer is Steve Condie (Keeler, Profumo, Ward And Me; Thatcher: A Very British Revolution; Skinhead).
All four of the films will be live on BBC iPlayer from Saturday 2 July, with the Keith Richards and Ronnie Wood films broadcast back to back next week on BBC Two, and the Charlie Watts film later in July.
In addition to the four-part BBC Two series, a curated collection of landmark concerts and documentaries will be available on BBC iPlayer including Sticky Fingers Live at the Fonda Theatre (2015), The Rolling Stones – Totally Stripped (2016), Live Licked in NYC (2003), Crossfire Hurricane (2012), Some Girls: Live In Texas ’78, and The Rolling Stones Live At The Wiltern Theatre (2002).
And on BBC Radio 2 and BBC Sounds is a world exclusive two-hour audio documentary, Rolling With The Stones, drawn from hours of unheard interviews from the band’s own archives, alongside rarely heard music and performances.

I’m not shure about how to get access to these, but I’m sure to find this on YT, sooner or later… really looking forward to these!!