The Rolling Stones Bridges to Babylon Tour will be the central focus of the concert film Bridges to Bremen.
The band have confirmed plans for the latest installment in their series of archival audio and video concert releases.
Bridges to Bremen documents the Satisfaction singers 2 September 1998 show in Germany, a gig that took place near the end of the bands year-long tour, after the 1997 Bridges to Babylon album.
As well as tracks from that LP, the never-released, full-length show also includes a mix of the Stones greatest hits.
And it will be available digitally, through DVD and CD combinations, and a three-LP bronze-vinyl package, with restored footage and remastered audio – in stores on 21 June.
The news comes after the bands frontman Mick Jagger worried fans when he announced his ill health and the postponing of the groups tour.
The singer is reportedly being monitored by doctors for any complications that could arise, and could be released from care in just a few days.
The 75-year-old went under the knife to have a damaged heart valve replaced, after being forced to postpone the bands tour over a mystery illness.
But a source has now told Billboard doctors were able to help the Satisfaction singer without opening his chest up.
Mick has now been told to rest up for four or five days to let the artery heal but will need extra time to recover before joining his bandmates on stage.
And the Satisfaction singer revealed he is feeling much better now, as he shared a statement on Instagram.
In a message for his 1.6million followers, he said: Thank you everyone for all your messages of support, Im feeling much better now and on the mend – and also a huge thank you all the hospital staff for doing a superb job.
The Rolling Stones previously revealed they would be postponing a string of their upcoming tour dates, in a bid to let the star recuperate in peace.
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Unfortunately today the Rolling Stones have had to announcement the postponement of their upcoming US/Canada tour dates, a statement shared by the band read.
We apologise for any inconvenience this causes those who have tickets to shows but wish to reassure fans to hold onto these existing tickets, as they will be valid for rescheduled dates, which will be announced shortly.
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