Could the Rolling Stones be rolling into town next year to mark their 50th anniversary? One band member spills the beans. 

Guitarist Keith Richards tells the UK Sun that the "idea is there" for a big Rolling Stones anniversary tour as well as a new album to mark their half century of rocking. He says he misses the crowds and he misses playing.

The tour may be in jeopardy, however. Apparently Mick Jagger is none too pleased about remarks that Richards made about him in Richards' new memoir, Life. Keith says that their friendship has withstood the test of time and that they're beyond the bickering.

We will just have to wait to see if the album and tour come to fruition as Mick is busy with his new group, Super Heavy and Keith is on a press tour not only for his memoir, but also for his film work. You can catch him reprising his role as Captain William Teague in the new Pirates of the Caribbean film, On Stranger Tides in theaters now.