The latest word on the Rolling Stones' plans comes from drummer Charlie Watts, who tells Britain's New Musical Express that he hopes to play shows but not necessarily tour. "The tours are two years long, so I'm living with Ronnie Wood for all that time," Watts told the publication. "I don't need to see him for another two years. In the mid-'60s, the tours would be a trip around England, then a trip around America, then recording in America, back to Europe, England, to America. You were living together the whole time. You'd get a month off at the most." Mick Jagger recently told reporters that the Stones will play live this fall, but no details have been revealed. The group will release its new coffee table book, "Rolling Stones 50," in the U.S. during mid-October, while a documentary about the band is also expected this fall.