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Keith Richards Invites Bill Wyman and Mick Taylor to Rolling Stones’ Rehearsal

November 18, 2011  |  12:47pm
Keith Richards Invites Bill Wyman and Mick Taylor to Rolling Stones’ Rehearsal

Keith Richards has extended invitations to “everybody” for the Rolling Stones’ upcoming rehearsal session for what could become a 50th anniversary tour for the band. The quote comes from a Spinner interview where Richards confirmed that he had been playing with bandmates Ronnie Wood and Charlie Watts in London. And when asked if there was a possibility that Mick Jagger would join the group for rehearsal, Richards had this to say:

“Of course. I mean, everybody’s welcome,” Richards told Spinner. “I was going to ask Bill Wyman to come by too. And Mick Taylor. The whole lot. They’re all Stones, you know? Why not?”

“Charlie and I are going to work together,” Richards said later. “Just go in and see if we can warm our chops up. And of course everyone else is welcome. Mick Taylor’s welcome. I don’t see why everybody who was a Stone shouldn’t be involved.”

But don’t start taking out loans for tickets just yet, because it seems like even Richards has his doubts about the reunion. Richards told Spinner: “I want to pull it off. That, at the moment, is my task.”

While this all seems to be in a very early phase, you can still look forward to the band’s Some Girls reissue, which is set for a Nov. 21 release.

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