Somebody up there likes me

Somebody up there likes me

Yesterday, Ronnie’s documentary premiered in London

Apparently, Mick, Keith and Rod Steward also were there. – see the report about the premiere in London on Saturday evening (Metro.co.uk)

Ronnie Wood is a genuine, 24-carat rock star guitarist. He has paid his dues, played hard, lived fast (in every sense) and somehow survived to tell the tale. And tell it he does, in Mike Figgis’ revealing, biographical documentary, which charts Wood’s stellar and storied career. From his childhood and entry into the 1960s music scene, through to his time with the Jeff Beck Group, achieving fame with The Faces alongside bandmate Rod Stewart and finally becoming an indispensable and permanent member of The Rolling Stones, Figgis captures it all. Featuring terrific archive footage, along with candid interviews with a very charismatic Wood and his many legendary friends, this is the perfect rock and roll treat.

Ronnie also posted about his new album with Chuck Berry covers…

He also shows us his latest art, painting ceramics…

The Daily Mail also has some text about Ronnie – this time it’s his comments on his years using freebase…