According to the UK’s Guardian, the Rolling Stones are set to reunite with two long-estranged original members next week in honor of the band’s 50th anniversary.
The band will play with original bassist Bill Wyman as well as guitarist Mick Taylor, who played lead on the classic albums “Let It Bleed,” “Sticky Fingers,” and “Exile on Main Street.” Both members have been very missed by Stones fans.
This will be the first time Wyman has played with the band since his 27-year stint ended in 1989, and Taylor’s first time since his six-year sting ended in 1975.
The two are set to play with the Stones at London’s O2 arena next week, on the 25th and 29th of November.
Tickets will be sold at APS prices- above people’s salaries.
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