Bill Wyman To Be Featured On Next Rolling Stones Album

Bill Wyman

The upcoming Rolling Stones album seems to be getting more and more interesting. Earlier this year, it was reported that former Beatle Paul McCartney had recorded a track for it. Now a source close to the band has told The Sun that former member Bill Wyman has done the same. It marks the first time he’s recorded with The Stones since he quit the group 30 years ago.

The upcoming album will be the final to feature late drummer Charlie Watts, who died in 2021 from throat cancer. As such, it will serve as a kind of tribute to him, which was the impetus for Wyman to record with the band in Los Angeles.

“Bill hasn’t seen the band together for years, but always loved Charlie,” the source said. “This record’s really a tribute to Charlie, so he couldn’t say no. After ­several sessions in LA done about six months ago, Bill’s playing is going to feature on the record.”

Wyman originally joined The Rolling Stones in 1962 and recorded their mega-hits like “Jumpin’ Jack Flash,” “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction,” “Paint It Black,” and more. He left in 1993 and was replaced by Darryl Jones.

We’ll keep you updated with more details as they become available.

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  1. Sue Thomas

    What’s the name of the album with Bill Wyman on it?