Former Rolling Stones bassist Bill Wyman recently rehearsed with the band for the first time since he exited the group in the early '90s, leading to speculation that he'll likely join the British rock legends if they mount a 50th anniversary tour. However, Wyman has revealed that he has no intentions of hitting the road with The Stones.
"I don't fly, so there's no way I'll go on any tour," he tells the U.K.'s EADT Suffolk magazine. "I did meet up with them earlier this year for a couple of rehearsal sessions but that was all."
Wyman was on hand for the opening of a London photo exhibit marking The Stones' milestone anniversary on July 12. He also performed alongside Stones guitarist Ronnie Wood and ex-Stones member Mick Taylor at a June 30 concert held in conjunction with London's Blues Fest.
While no concrete plans for a 50th anniversary Stones trek have been confirmed, Mick Jagger recently told The Evening Standard that the band will play live sometime "in the autumn."
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