The Rolling Stones haven't released a studio album since The Bigger Bang in 2005 and while there are no announced plans to end that drought, Ronnie Wood says Mick Jagger may have something up his sleeve.
"Sometimes we do duets with different rock artists over the world, and I think that’s in the back of his mind, to make an album with some of the guests we have." On the band's 50 & Counting tour last year they were joined by such stars as Bruce Springsteen, Bonnie Raitt, John Fogerty, Lady Gaga and Dave Grohl.
The Stones opened their 14 on Fire tour Friday in Abu Dhabi in the United Arab Emirates. Their next shows are in Tokyo, Japan, starting Wednesday.