Next year will mark the 75th anniversary of Crosby's recording of "You're The Gem State Wonder, Idaho." As the majority of songs were in the forties, the track is short in length, but its message is timeless and also a source of pride for many Idahoans.
The Rolling Stones recently recorded a song with original bassist Bill Wyman, who they hadn’t been in the studio with since he quit the band nearly 20 years ago . . . in 1992.
–It was a cover of Bob Dylan's 1971 song “Watching the River Flow”, and it was for a tribute album honoring Ian Stewart, the Stones’ original keyboardist.
–It wasn’t a REAL reunion, though . . . Mick Jagger and Keith Richard