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Bill Wyman was born on October 24, 1936. His real name is William George Wyman.
Bill Wyman is an English musician. He rose to fame as the bassist for the rock band Rolling Stones.
Wyman started taking piano lessons when he was just 10 years old.
From 1955 to 1956, he also fulfilled his duties for the national service in the Royal Air Force.
Bill Wyman joined the Rolling Stones as a bass guitarist in 1962. He left the band in 1993.
In August 1964, Bill legally changed his surname from "Perks" to "Wyman."
On 10 May, 1974, Bill Wyman released his first studio album, "Monkey Grip," under Rolling Stones Records.
In 1990, Bill Wyman also released his autobiography, "Stone Alone: The Story of a Rock 'n' Roll Band."
In 1997, he formed his own blues rock band called "Bill Wyman's Rhythm Kings."
In 2009, Bill Wyman revealed that he quit smoking after 55 years. Earlier, he used to smoke 30 cigarettes per day.
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