On Monday, Paul Bartons bandmate Paul Webster and guitarist John Hammond released a statement in support of the Rolling Stones.
“The Rolling Stones have shown us, time and time again, that when you don’t fight for your rights and don’t play by the rules, you’re going to be the first casualty of the revolution,” they said.
“It’s been a long journey for all of us but it’s starting to look a lot better.
I’m very proud of the guys for making that statement and hope that the future continues as they always have.”
The statement continued: “In the end, the Rolling Band is a great band.
They are a great rock band.
Their songs are powerful and the music is the same.
“With all due respect, we will not be able to survive without your support.””
The Rolling Band have sold more than 5 million albums worldwide. “
With all due respect, we will not be able to survive without your support.”
The Rolling Band have sold more than 5 million albums worldwide.
The band’s last album was 2001’s My Generation.
The group have played the US for the last two decades.
Paul Webster and John Hammond have been joined by the band’s drummer, Bill Bruford, who was also in the studio.