Bill Wyman: At Home on the Cote d’Azur

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    Back in the 1970s, the British tax authorities thought it was a good idea to take about 90% of one’s annual earnings, which led multitudes of showbizzers, including a certain British pop-rock-blues band called the Rolling Stones, to bugger off to the South of France where they proceeded to save about 60% of their income […] Follow this link to see the original source for this post http://variety.com/2018/music/news/bill-wyman-cote-dazur-1202815348/

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    Bill Wyman: At Home on the Cote d’Azur

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    View the original article: http://variety.com/2018/music/news/bill-wyman-cote-dazur-1202815348/

    Back in the 1970s, the British tax authorities thought it was a good idea to take about 90% of one’s annual earnings, which led multitudes of showbizzers, including a certain British pop-rock-blues band called the Rolling Stones, to bugger off to the South of France where they proceeded to save about 60% of their income […] Follow this link to see the original source for this post http://variety.com/2018/music/news/bill-wyman-cote-dazur-1202815348/

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