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Bill Wyman on the Birth of the Rolling Stones

Dennis Elsas is, as many Best Classic Bands readers know, one of the most respected album rock air personalities in the nation, and recently celebrated his 50th year on-air. From a quarter-century-plus stint as a DJ and music director at WNEW-FM to his endeavors today as afternoon drive host at the esteemed WFUV and as co-host of the weekly Beatles talk and “call-in” show, “Fab Fourum,” heard exclusively on the Beatles Sirius/XM Channel (18) plus weekend shifts on Sirius/XM’s Classic Vinyl Channel (26), he has earned the regard of listeners and artists alike. Dennis occasionally presents his Rock ‘n’ Roll Never Forgets live multimedia show, a real treat that greater New York metro area rock fans should not miss.
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Former Rolling Stones on Charlie Watts: Original Member Bill Wyman Checks In, Key Player Mick Taylor MIA

On the subject of Charlie Watts’s untimely and sad death, only one former Rolling Stone remains mum. Mick Taylor, who famous played guitar and bass guitar as a member of the Stones from 1969 to 1974, has still not said a word about Charlie’s passing. Taylor joined the group in ’69 after Brian Jones left. Then Taylor resigned in ’74 after reportedly not getting along with Keith Richards. Taylor is heard on a number of key Rolling Stones records including “Sticky Fingers” and “Exile on Main Street.”
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Bill Wyman pays tribute to Charlie Watts: “You were like a brother to me”

Bill Wyman has shared a heartfelt tribute to his former Rolling Stones bandmate Charlie Watts after the drummer died yesterday aged 80. Wyman was the Stones’ bassist from their formation in 1962 up to his announced departure in 1993, although he had already quit the band after the 1989–90 ‘Steel Wheels/Urban Jungle’ tours.
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Bill Wyman shuts Sticky Fingers restaurant after 32 years

Bill Wyman is closing down his Sticky Fingers restaurant. The former Rolling Stones star has been forced to shut his restaurant after 32 years due to the impact of the coronavirus pandemic. He said in a statement posted on Twitter: “My heart goes out to all those affected by Covid....
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