Rolling Stones To Reunite With Bill Wyman And Mick Taylor

11/22/2012
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Bill Wyman and Mick Taylor will be reuniting with The Rolling Stones at the kick off of their 50th anniversary concerts this weekend.

The band announced that the two former members would be joining them on stage as special guests during their two upcoming concerts at the O2 Arena in London, making it the first time the two have played with the band in over 20 years.

The first show is scheduled for this Sunday November 25th. The band announced that they will be hitting the stage at 8pm sharp, with no support band opening the shows, and the group plan to play for over two hours.

The Rolling Stones will play a second night at The O2 Arena London on Thursday 29 November, before heading across the Atlantic for three shows: Barclay Center, Brooklyn on Saturday 8 December, and the Prudential Center, Newark NJ on Thursday 13 and Saturday 15 December.

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