Will they or won't they? The Rolling Stones will be celebrating their 50th Anniversary in 2012 but will the band reunite for another tour is the question most fans are asking themselves. Keith Richards, speaking to GQ, said plans for the Stones' golden anniversary are still up in the air:

Next year is sort of up for grabs," says Richards. "It's almost an overwhelming power—it'll be fifty years. So there's that sort of pressure. If I can pull them together, I'm there." - GQ

Richards and Stones frontman Mick Jagger are remaining busy apart from the band. Richards is rehearsing with his solo band the X-Pensive Winos while Jagger has been working with the supergroup Super Heavy. The last time the iconic rockers performed was in October of 2006 when they wrapped up their A Bigger Bang Tour in Canada.

Here's a look back at the X-Pensive Winos performing "Happy" in 1992: