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ROLLING STONES PLAY SONG WITH WYMAN

The Rolling Stones are reunited with former bassist Bill Wyman, but it’s not for a tour. Mick, Keith, Ron and Charlie will perform on a cover of Bob Dylan’s “Watch the River Flow” with Bill that’ll appear on a tribute album to late Stones founder, manager and keyboardist Ian Stewart. According to fan site It’s Only Rock N Roll, British pianist Ben Waters is creating the album, which is called Boogie for Stu, and proceeds from it benefit the British Heart Foundation. Stewart died of a heart attack in 1985. Keith Richards also reportedly appears on other tracks. Read more at IORR.org.

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