Rolling Stones calling it a day at Glastonbury 2013
Reports are in that the Rolling Stones, one of the most enduring bands in the world, will call it quits, bowing out in grand style at Glastonbury 2013.
UPDATE 19/06: Representatives for the Rolling Stones have denied that the band will play at the festival or split. A Glastonbury spokesperson also weighed in on the matter, telling The Guardian that no conversations have taken place. He said, "Everybody in the year off thinks they've come up with the perfect Glastonbury lineup. But at the moment there isn't anything to confirm or deny."
It is believed that the band will play the Pyramid Stage at the English festival, which will be their first - and last - time at the event.
Sources say that it will be the final date in a small run of shows throughout the UK and US in 2013, rather than a full world tour.
The Rolling Stones were due to tour this year to mark 50 years in the business, but the tour was delayed.
A source told The Sunday Mirror, "All four members have agreed that next year is the right time to have one final hurrah and put on the gig of their lives... It's a case of now or never, and obviously Glastonbury is the most important festival on the circuit."
The band, comprising Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Ronnie Wood and Charlie Watts, has had an enduring career over the last 50 years, with hits including "Satisfaction" and "Sympathy For The Devil".