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Win a Copy of Rolling Stone, Bill Wyman’s Rare Legacy Edition ‘Scrapbook'
While the current Rolling Stones lineup was preparing to embark on their 50 & Counting Tour, founding member and former bass player Bill Wyman was focusing on his commemorative memoir, Scrapbook.
Scrapbook takes readers on an intimate journey through Wyman’s 30 year history with the Stones. Wyman himself offers reflective, hand written commentary accompanied by photos, illustrations and other previously unseen artifacts from his personal archives.
Each copy is uniquely numbered, certificated for authenticity, hand signed and personalized by the man himself.
The Legacy Edition Scrapbook retails for £229 + P & P (approx. $350 USD) and is presented by Concert Live:
- Quarter bound, with unique front and back boards, housed in a beautiful clamshell box
- Presented in luxury large format (370 x 290mm portrait)
- A 10" picture vinyl built into the back cover, with rare and unreleased material from over the years, including previously unheard demos of Je Suis un Rock Star and Come Back Suzanne
Scrapbook, is more than a coffee table tome — it’s a piece of history and is strictly limited edition – only 1962 copies will ever exist.
With all that Stones glory we bet you’re wondering how you can get your hands on such a rare slice of music history.
Well you’re in luck, because we’re giving away ONE copy of Scrapbook to a very lucky fan— absolutely FREE!
For your chance to win, simply leave us a comment below stating your favorite Rolling Stones song AND why.
MUST be signed in to comment. Not yet a Rock Square member? Don't worry: Click here to register for free. Winner will be chosen at random on May 13, 2013.
If luck is not on your side or you want more than one (and who doesn’t?), visit Concert Live’s official website to purchase and ensure you snag one of the few remaining copies— you better hurry up though; there are less than 1,000 left!