Rolling Stones: Bill Wyman and Mick Taylor at 02 Arena in London this Sunday.
On Sunday at 02 Arena, the Rolling Stones will join two old partners: Bill Wyman and Mick Taylor
This Sunday in London, Bill Wyman, original bass player, and Mick Taylor, Rolling Stone’s second guitarist until 1974, will join again the mythical rock band during 50 & Counting concerts.
The news has appeared on Rolling Stone web and facebook. Twenty years after, Bill Wyman and Mick Taylor will join with Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Ron Wood and Charlie Watts to play some special songs.
Both of them left the rock band but for different motives. Wyman said it was tired of world tours and look for a solo career. Taylor assured that he couldn’t follow Rolling Stones way of life. He would have died among so many drugs.
Darryl Jones and Ron Wood replaced them and recovered the old rhythm (Bill Wyman is 76 years old and Mick Taylor 63 years old).
Next Sunday and on Thursday, November 29, they have two great shows at O2 Arena in London. They will last two hours and the rock band will review its 50 years of successful career, also some new songs.
Anyway, as well as looking to the past, the Rolling Stones have been embracing the future, unveiling an iPhone app that will permit fans to watch videos and interviews, to win concert tickets and to buy merchandise or music. Furthermore, this Wednesday they released a new video for the song Doom and Gloom, which appears on their fantastic album GRRR! The clip stars Noomi Rapace, zombies and an vast number of banknotes. It was directed by Jonas Akerlund.
Definetely…, old rockers never die and fifty years are nothing.
Ladies and gentlemen: Here, again, The Rolling Stones.