The Rolling Stones - Bill Wyman And Mick Taylor Rejoining Rolling Stones For London Shows

Fans of The Rolling Stones are set to witness a full band reunion at the group's upcoming London shows - Bill Wyman and Mick Taylor will take to the stage at the concerts.

The rockers are playing two huge gigs at the U.K. capital's O2 Arena on 25 and 29 November (12) to celebrate their 50th anniversary, and the audience will see the current members rock out with Wyman, who left the line-up in 1993, and Taylor, who departed in 1974.

Their appearance at the shows will be the first time in 20 years they have teamed up with their former band for a gig.

Following the London shows, the Stones will play two comeback concerts in New Jersey next month (Dec12).


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