The Rolling Stones to get together at end of April, says Ronnie Wood

This recent photo supplied by the Rolling Stones shows the group posing during a photo shoot. The group celebrated Mick Jagger's 62nd birthday by announcing the release date for their first studio CD in eight years. "A Bigger Bang" will be released Sept. 6, the Stones announced Tuesday, July 26, 2005. They are, from left to right: Charlie Watts, Keith Richards, Mick Jagger, and Ron Wood. The Stones kick off their world tour Aug. 21 at Fenway Park in Boston. (AP Photo/The Rolling Stones, Mark Seliger)
From left, Charlie Watts, Keith Richards, Mick Jagger and Ronnie Wood of the Rolling Stones.
AP Photo/Mark Seliger

(CBS News) The Rolling Stones plan to gather at the end of the month to plot the next move.

Guitarist Ronnie Wood loosely spoke about band's plans while at the launch of his art exhibition, "Faces, Time and Places," in New York this week.

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There's been a lot speculation about a new album and tour, as this year marks the band's 50th anniversary.

"We're all keen, but it's just a matter of timing and everyone's schedules," Wood, 64, told when asked about recording new material and going on tour.

It's been seven years since the Stones released a new studio album.

Wood, meanwhile, has been busy with his own projects.

He recently recorded a new song, which aired Sunday during the season finale of "CSI: Miami" on CBS. The British guitarist has a solo show scheduled for April 21 in Atlantic City, N.J., and this Saturday, he's getting inducted into The Rock and Roll of Fame with The Faces. That's in addition to his new art exhibition, which runs through the end of June.