The Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards invited a group of former

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The Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards invited a group of former

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The Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards invited his former band members – bassist Bill Wyman and guitarist Mick Taylor. This musician said in an interview with Spinner.

According to the 67-year-old Rolling, it is now, as well as current members of The Rolling Stones Ronnie Wood and Charlie Watts organize jam session on the eve of the 50th anniversary of the group. In this regard, and invited Taylor and Wyman. Do they have responded to the suggestions of Richards, is not specified.

At the same time the guitarist said that he likes the idea of ​​inviting former members to the group, and it all happy. They, too, Rolling Stones, you know, why not? – Said Richard.

Despite the optimistic outlook on the future of Keith Richards, the question of the participation of The Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger to prepare for the celebration of the anniversary is still open. Will Jagger to join the group at rehearsals and is going to help my team-mates, are still unknown. He himself has not commented on the future of the group.

The Rolling Stones, meanwhile prepared to release deluxe edition of her album Some Girls in 1978. An updated version of the album is due out November 21.

Bill Wyman playing The Rolling Stones c 1962 to 1993. Mick Taylor was involved in the life of Rolling Stones from 1969 to 1974-th. During its existence, The Rolling Stones had a few times to change the composition, which at different times than other team members included Brian Jones, Ian Stewart and Tony Chapman.