LONDON, ENGLAND - MAY 08: Bill Wyman attends the Tom Maynard Memorial Ball at The Kia Oval on May 8, 2013 in London, England.
where naked women were roaming in plain sight and live sex acts were performed. Bill Wyman seemed to enjoy himself but the rest of the group looked distinctly bored.
There was always stacks of mail waiting for us at venues and we would sit down and start answering it ... Me, Brian, Charlie and Keith took turns doing the autographs and we learnt to do each others’, because there were so many to do. When the autographs come up at Sotheby’s these days I can often tell they aren’t real.
Ronnie had no concept of money. Bill Wyman recently told me about the time Ronnie went to the guys in the band to ask for a loan, as we couldn’t pay the children’s school fees. After pocketing the cash he went straight out and bought himself a Rolex.More quotes »
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