Rolling Stones Welcome Back Bill Wyman and Mick Taylor

6 years ago by Reg Seeton

The Rolling Stones will welcome back former bandmates Bill Wyman and Mick Taylor at their 50th Anniversary show in London

The Rolling Stones will welcome back former bassist Bill Wyman and guitarist Mick Taylor when the two ex-Stones perform with the band at London’s 02 Arena.

On Sunday night in London, Bill Wyman and Mick Taylor will join The Rolling Stones on stage for their first live appearcnes with the band in over two decades.

Although Taylor left The Stones in 1974, his last appearance with the band was back in 1981 during a concert in Kansas City. In December 1992, Bill Wyman parted ways with the Rolling Stones after the Steel Wheels tour and a career with the band that began in 1962.

Along with the return of Wyman and Taylor, Mary J. Blige and former Cream guitarist Jeff Beck are also slated to perform  on Sunday night.

The Rolling Stones begin their their 50th anniversary tour at the 02 Arena Sunday night in support of their latest greatest hits release, GRRR!, that also includes the new single, “Doom and Gloom.” One of the best songs from The Stones in years, “Doom and Gloom” has amassed over 4 million views on YouTube.

The Stones will soon head stateside for shows in New York City and New Jersey on the 50 and Counting Tour.

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