Rocker Ronnie Wood is to join former Rolling Stones stars Bill Wyman and Mick Taylor onstage later this month (Jun12) for a special concert.
Wyman quit the band in the early 1990s, and guitarist Taylor was replaced in the line-up by Wood in 1975 after a bust-up over songwriting credits.
Now the three musicians will perform together in London at a show to celebrate the legacy of legendary blues label Chess Records.
Editors at the London Evening Standard report Wyman and Taylor will be joining Wood at his Ronnie Wood & Friends concert on 30 June (12).
Earlier this week (beg18Jun12), a spokesman for the Rolling Stones played down reports the band was planning to retire after a headline concert at Britain's Glastonbury festival next year (13).
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