For the first time ever rock and roll legend and founding member of The Rolling Stones, Bill Wyman is offering American music fans a unique glimpse into his extraordinary life with this limited edition luxury ‘Scrapbook’, soon to be available in North America.
Signed by the man himself and certified for authentication, there are only 1962 copies available but for a limited time only, fans can purchase this rare item online before it hits North American stores later this year.
Hand sewn and bound in England using the finest materials and traditional binding methods, ‘Scrapbook’ is presented in a glorious, large luxury (370x290mm) portrait format. Built into the back cover is a 10″ picture vinyl with rare and unreleased material including previously unheard demos.
‘Scrapbook’ chronicles Wyman’s incredible journey and experiences from childhood to this present day. From his early years living through World War II in the south east of London to becoming one of the world’s most famous musicians throughout the 1960’s, 70’s and 80’s.
Through-out the years Wyman has collected and archived compelling images, notes, and other artifacts, documenting his time served in the Royal Air Force to more lavish times abroad when vacationing in the South of France with band-mate Mick Jagger, Pink Floyd’s Roger Waters, Monty Python’s Eric Idle and their wives.
This unique book is a collectable snippet of history, sharing never seen before photography of pals David Bowie and Keith Moon hanging out in Los Angeles in 1975 to the more somber moments backstage at the Hyde Park concert and funeral for Rolling Stones band-member Brian Jones in London back in1969. Each image is adjoined with personal handwritten narratives, making this book a must-have for any passionate music or history fan.