The No Filter UK tour faces an uphill task in living up to The Rolling Stones’ last UK concerts five years ago, when the band returned to Hyde Park for two unforgettable nights, just days after their long-awaited Glastonbury bow.
“There’s pressure when you’re on your home turf to make it better than ever and I think they really delivered,” manager Joyce Smyth tells Music Week.
“Glastonbury was really great,” agrees creative director Patrick Woodroffe. “I’ve been involved with Glastonbury ...
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