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Bill Wyman not interested in Stones
Bill Wyman "isn't interested" in the Rolling Stones.
The 73-year-old rocker - who left the iconic group in 1992 and now tours with his own band Bill Wyman's Rhythm Kings - revealed while he is still friends with his former bandmates, he doesn't care about whether they go back on tour or not.
He told BANG Showbiz: "It doesn't interest me. I've got my own band. I have fun doing my own band. I don't do it for money or ego or for the charts.
"I do it for fun, and that's the way I like to do music now. I'm still good friends with the band."
The bassist - who was ranked number 10 in Maxim magazine's Living Sex Legends list - admitted he has no regret about leaving the band, despite being part of the group for 30 years.
He insisted: "No, not at all. No regret.
"If you were a bricklayer for 30 years and then went on to do something else you wouldn't go back to being a bricklayer would you?
"They're great boys and good luck to them."Posted on 21 Jun 2010 07:00 to category : Music News
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