A bunch of Rolling Stones will be on stage together next week -- but not as the Rolling Stones. Former Stones bassist Bill Wyman and guitarist Mick Taylor will be part of Bluesfest 2012: Ronnie Wood & Friends, The Chess Record Story, which takes place on June 30 at the HMV Hammersmith Apollo in London. The show will salute the legendary record label that was home to Chuck Berry, Muddy Waters, Howlin' Wolf and other artists who influenced the Stones. There are rumors that some of the other Stones, especially guitarist Keith Richards, might make unannounced appearances at the show, but there were similar reports that the group would join frontman Mick Jagger for his "Saturday Night Live" appearance in May, which proved to be untrue...Meanwhile, a DVD/CD hailing from the Stones' roots, "Muddy Waters & the Rolling Stones -- Live at the Checkerboard Lounge, Chicago 1981" is due out July 10 documenting a special club gig during the group's tour that year. Jagger, Richards, Wood and pianist Ian Stewart joined Waters that night, along with Chicago blues greats Buddy Guy and Junior Wells. The setlist included versions of "Sweet Little Angel," "Hoochie Coochie Man," "Mannish Boy," "Got My Mojo Workin' " and other classics. A DVD/vinyl version of the show is coming September 11.