Will Bill Wyman Appear On The Next Rolling Stones Album?

According to reports, former Rolling Stones bassist Bill Wyman will appear on the band's long awaited new album. The Stones album has been in the works for a decade and includes tracks produced by Don Was and Andrew WattPaul McCartney, Ringo Starr, and Elton John have previously been named as guest artists contributing to the still-unnamed collection, which will feature the final sessions by the band's late-drummer Charlie Watts.

The Sun quoted an unnamed source who revealed that it was Mick Jagger that invited Wyman to play on his first Stones album since 1989's Steel Wheels: "Bill hasn’t seen the band together for years, but always loved Charlie. This record’s really a tribute to Charlie, so he couldn’t say no. After ­several sessions in L.A. done about six months ago, Bill’s playing is going to feature on the record."

The insider added, "It was really nice for Mick, Keith (Richards) and Ronnie Wood to be back in the studio remembering Charlie, and playing and singing to drum tracks that are being repurposed and woven into the album."

(from pulseofradio.com)

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