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Rolling Stones Bill Wyman Mandolin Featured On TV's "Blue Collar Auctions"

Posted by Lilly Duncan on

One of's Rolling Stones memorabilia items was featured on the Peacock network television show Blue Collar Auctions. A Bill Wyman owned and stage-played mandolin was selected by the show's producers to be featured on an episode of the collectibles show, which has a similar format to the PBS series Antiques Roadshow with some comedic twists and a live bidding feature.   Show host Bill Engvall is probably best known for his comedy work as part of the Blue Collar Comedy Tour, which included Jeff Foxworthy, Larry the Cable Guy, and Ron White. Engvall's television roles include stints on Delta, The Jeff Foxworthy Show,...

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RIP Charlie Watts, Stones Founding Drummer

Posted by James Duncan on

Sad news today as Charlie Watts, drummer for the Rolling Stones, died on August 24 at age 80. Earlier this month the Stones had announced that Watts would not perform on the band's upcoming North American No Filter tour dates due to unannounced medical reasons. Watts joined the group in 1962 with a line up that included singer Mick Jagger, multi-instrumentalist Brian Jones, guitarist Keith Richards, bassist Bill Wyman.  Born in London, Watts' first love was jazz. His parents bought him a drum kit when he was 14. Early on he played in a band with Alexis Korner, the "founding father" of the British blues...

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Stellar Collection Of Rolling Stones Items Up For Sale: Updated

Posted by James Duncan on has recently acquired, from numerous different sources around the world including Stones bassist Bill Wyman himself, a varied selection of truly stellar, one-of-a-kind Rolling Stones memorabilia items. Wyman is well-known to be a serious and committed collector of memorabilia from his own group, with which he played bass and provided other musical contributions on every album and toured the world with for over three decades from 1962-1993. He recently decided to part with the lion's share of his vast collection and we were fortunate enough to acquire some wonderful pieces. In addition to the Wyman items, we have scoured the...

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