Recently, we told you that The Rolling Stones are regrouping in December for a jam session. Now, Keith Richards has revealed that it won’t just be him, Charlie Watts, Ron Wood and Mick Jagger.
“I was going to ask Bill Wyman to come by, too. And Mick Taylor. The whole lot,” Richards told Spinner. “They’re all Stones, you know? Why not?”
Bassist Wyman was a founding member of the band who left in the early ’90s. Guitarist Taylor was brought into the group in the late ’60s, following the departure (and then death) of original member Brian Jones. He left the group in the mid-’70s and was replaced by Wood.
With the jam session on the horizon, many are suggesting a full-blown Stones tour could be in the works for 2012. When asked what the band has in store for their 50th anniversary year, Richards merely answered: “I want to pull it off. That, at the moment, is my task.”
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