Former Rolling Stones bass player Bill Wyman will host a show on Sirius Radio.
The Bill Wyman Show is a three part music series with the Stones bass player playing his favourite songs and sharing his stories about the artists he has worked with.
Show ones features music from Muddy Waters, Howlin’ Wolf, Jimmy Reed , Little Walter and others. The show will debut on B.B. King ‘s Bluesville, channel 70, on Thursday, November 17 at 9:00 pm ET .
The second episode of The Bill Wyman Show will feature Wyman delving into the roots of rock and roll and playing music by artists who first inspired Wyman to make music, such as Fats Domino, Little Richard and Sam Cooke . The second episode will debut on ’50s on 5, channel 5, on Monday, November 21 at 12:00 pm ET .
The third episode of The Bill Wyman Show will feature the music of the Rolling Stones and their contemporaries from the early 1960s. This episode will air later in the year on Little Steven’s Underground Garage, channel 21.
“I hope that the listeners of SiriusXM have as much fun listening to my three shows as I had making them!” said Bill Wyman in a statement.
Bill Wyman was a founding member of the Rolling Stones. His last album with the band was ‘Steel Wheels’ in 1989. He was rumoured to have left the band after the Steel Wheels tour ended in 1990. His departure was denied continuously by the band and not officially announced until they got back together for ‘Voodoo Lounge’ in 1992.