For over 30 years he was part of the biggest band in the world, and former Rolling Stones bassist Bill Wyman is still making music.
Bill, who played with the Stones from 1962 to 1993, is currently on the road with his own band the Rhythm Kings. He is joined by 1960s chart-topping singer Georgie Fame, along with guitarist Albert Lee, saxophonists Nick Payn and Frank Mead, pianist Geraint Watkins, guitarist Terry Taylor, percussionist Graham Broad and vocalist Beverley Skeete.
Blues singer Maria Muldaur, best known for the 1974 hit single Midnight at the Oasis, will also make a guest appearance.
Bill said: “The whole idea behind the band was to play music that we love. Playing live, doing gigs, means everybody in the band does it for the same reasons as I do; to have a good time and send the crowd home with smiles on their faces.”
See them at Dartford’s Orchard Theatre at 7.30pm on Monday, October 28. Tickets from £33.50. Call 01322 220000. The Rhythm Kings will also be at Margate’s Winter Gardens at 7.30pm on Saturday, November 9. Tickets from £30. Call 01843 296111.