Rolling Stones co-founder Bill Wyman releasing special ‘Scrapbook’

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Rock ‘n roll legend Bill Wyman, who played bass with the Rolling Stones from 1962 to 1993, is releasing a limited-edition of his “Scrapbook” — specifically targeting U.S. fans. Tied to the Stones founding year, there will be only 1962 copies of the book available — and even at a pre-release price of $249 (plus postage and handling), it’s expected most, if not all, will be snapped up by collectors placing pre-orders, beginning at 8 a.m. on Aug. 26.

Wyman will include a hand-signed print with the first 50 pre-orders of “Scrapbook.”

The hand-sewn book chronicles the rocker’s life and experiences from childhood to the present — including copies of photos, notes and other memorabilia that provide insight into Wyman’s journey through the world of contemporary music.

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