Wed. Sep 27th, 2023

Bill Wyman has reformed his former band, the Rolling Stones. According to reports, the bassist will appear on the band’s upcoming studio album, which will be an homage to late Rolling Stones drummer Charlie Watts. According to The Sun, an unnamed insider stated: “Bill hasn’t seen the band in years, but he’s always loved Charlie.” He couldn’t say no because this record is a dedication to Charlie.

Bill’s playing will appear on the record after many sessions in Los Angeles about six months ago.” The source elaborated by citing the band’s mood: “It was really nice for Mick, Keith, and Ronnie Wood to be back in the studio remembering Charlie, playing and singing to drum tracks that are being repurposed and woven into the album.

” Watts’ drum parts will be included on the forthcoming studio album, which will be the band’s first studio release before his death from throat cancer in August 2021. The release date for the future album has yet to be determined. The band’s most recent studio album, ‘Blue & Lonesome,’ was published in 2016, and it won the Grammy Award for Best Traditional Blues Album in 2018, the band’s first in 23 years.

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