Rolling Stones drummer Charlie Watts promises "a lot of 50th anniversary stuff" for the Rolling Stones but he stopped short of predicting a tour and new album. Speaking to the Associated Press while in New York with his The A, B, C, and D of Boogie Woogie band, Watts said the Stones are focusing on "other things" to celebrate the anniversary. "Fifty years of things. A documentary, well, they haven't approved it yet. I haven't seen it, but we worked on that earlier this year. Books and things like that. There will be other things that the 50 years mean." As for touring, Watts said "we haven't gotten that far. We're still talking about the color of the back page of the book, so we'll see what happens." As for reaching the 50-year mark, Watts acknowledged that, "When I joined the Rolling Stones...I thought it would last a few months, because that's what bands last. I'd been in a lot of bands up until then that last two or three months. Then it became three years. I thought that's it, it won't...We're very fortunate. One of the ways that it lasted so long because we have a huge fan base, and I don't mean that in a conceited way, but it is that...With the Rolling Stones it's people saying, 'It's the fans,' people saying, 'Yes, you should.' And indeed it's us saying, 'We'll play New Haven,' and if people come, you know, that keeps it going on and on." The coffee table book "Rolling Stones: 50" will be published on Thursday (July 12).