Great music from a legend of Rock ‘N’ Roll, played by the Mad Lads!
Jim Hynes from the Elmore Magazine writes about Ronnie’s and the Mad Lad’s album:
Among the highlights are Imelda May’s rousing bluesy take on Berry’s “Wee Wee Hours,” Wood’s slide guitar playing on the title track and May again, this time bringing a splendid vocal on “Rock and Roll Music.” May also sings on “Almost Grown.” The energy throughout is strong with an engaged audience on familiar fare like “Back in the USA,” “Little Queenie” and “Johnny B. Goode.” Thankfully we’ll be hearing at least two more installments from this kick-ass band, honoring other musical heroes. Wood is a living legend and Rock and Roll Hall of Famer. He does one of biggest mentors proud with this live set.
Another review: Hal Horowitz from americansongwriter.com: Ronnie Wood’s Mad Lad Tribute To Chuck Berry Is An Awful Lot of Fun
=> Listen to 3 of the songs, Mad Lad, Rock ‘N’ Roll Music and Talking About You: https://ronniewood.lnk.to/ladTW
— Ronnie Wood (@ronniewood) October 29, 2019
Recommended: 30 minutes of radio interview with Imelda May, Ronnie and the rest of the buch about the Chuck Berry tribute, also playing a song about Chuck as well as his Wee Wee Hours and Back In The USA live – so enjoy: