Back in April, we shared the news that the Rolling Stones were re-uniting with Bill Wyman, in celebration of the group’s 50th anniversary, which they celebrated last week. Wyman held down the low end for the group from 1962 until 1993, when he left to form his own band, Bill Wyman’s Rhythm Kings.
Guitarist Ronnie Wood said Wyman is returning in “top form” and “rocking”, adding that “it’s like he’d never been away.”
Guitarist Keith Richards shared some additional hope for Stones fans.
“We’re playing around with the idea [of a tour] and had a couple of rehearsals,” Richards said. “…we’ve got together and it feels so good.”
The Stones opened “Rolling Stones 50, A Photographic Exhibition”, a photographic exhibit of the band’s long history, as part of the celebration and festivities. The exhibit is running from now until August 27, 2012 at Somerset House in London.