Ronnie Wood (Rolling Stones) Miniature Guitar Replica
Ronnie Wood - Miniature Guitar Replica
Born June 1st 1947 in Hillingdon, Ronald David Wood is a Rock musician, songwriter, artist, author and radio presenter. Known by most music fans as 'Ronnie', Wood is most recognised as guitarist with The Rolling Stones, a position he has held since 1975.
Ronnie 'Woody' Wood began his musical career in 1964 when he joined the band The Birds, (not to be confused with The Byrds). Following a brief stint with Mod band, The Creation, Wood joined the Jeff Beck Group in 1967 as bass player. The band released 2 moderately successful albums in the form of Truth and Beck-Ola, but split in 1969.
After the Jeff Beck group split, Wood went on, with vocalist Rod Stewart, to join the newly formed Faces. The Faces lasted until 1973 and forged a very successful career and were highly influential and respected. Their last album was called Ooh La La and the title track, and hit single, was written and sung by Ronnie Wood. Following the departure of guitarist Mick Taylor in 1975, Wood joined The Rolling Stones and has remained a member ever since. He had at last become Rock Royalty.
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This is an unlicensed, handmade miniature replica guitar. It is for display purposes only and cannot be played