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Ronald David "Ronnie" Wood (born June 1, 1947, London, England)- Rock guitarist and member of the Rolling Stones

Ronald David “Ronnie” Wood (b. June 1, 1947, London, England) is a veteran English rock guitarist and bassist who has played in several major rock bands since the 1960s. His career is highlighted by his membership in The Rolling Stones 1976-Present), The Faces (1969-1975) and The Jeff Beck Group (1967-1969), as well as several other notable collaborations and various solo recordings. Ron Wood is also an accomplished artist.

On July 17, 2008, an announcement was made through Ronnie Wood's official website and blog that:

 

"Following Ronnie’s continued battle with alcohol, he has entered a period of rehab.

His close family and friends look forward to his recovery.

Thank you for all your kind messages of support.

Website HQ, 17/07/08, 09:15--ronniewood.com "

Other news sources reported that Ron Wood had engaged in a long drinking binge, and had been living with a 19-year old Russian woman named Ekaterina Ivanova, and that Wood's marriage was in jeopardy. Ronnie Wood and his long-time wife, Jo Wood, divorced in November of 2009 as a result of his ongoing relationship with Ekaterina Ivanova. Then, in December, 2009, Ron Wood was arrested on charges of assault. The victim of the alleged assault is Ivanova, who at the time lived with Ronnie Wood.

Ronnie Wood and Ekaterina Ivanova

 Rolling Stone Ronnie's a Nightmare Says Girlfriend's Granny--ABC News, Dec. 5, 2009

Rolling Stones’ Ron Wood Arrested on Suspicion of Assault --Rolling Stone Magazine, Dec. 4, 2009

Ekaterina Ivanova Profile--

 Lunch with the FT: Ronnie Wood--Financial Times, July 19, 2008

Ronnie Wood Enters Rehab--post from Ronnie Wood's personal blog, posted 7-17-08

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Ron Wood

Ron Wood Bands and Groups

The Jeff Beck Group (1967-1969)

The Faces (1969-1975)

The Rolling Stones (1976-Present)

Associates and Rolling Stones Band Members Who Have Worked With Ron Wood

Bill Wyman (b. 1936)-Bass guitar (official Stone 1962-1991)

Mick Jagger - Vocals, harp, guitar (1961-Present)

Keith Richards - Rhythm Guitar, vocals (1961-Present)

Ian "Stu" Stewart- (1938-1985)--Keyboards, Road Manager-- (member of Stones 1961-1962, unofficial Stone 1962-1985)

Charlie Watts - Drums and percussion (1961-Present)

Billy Preston (1946-2006)--Keyboards-- (unofficial Stone 1970-1977)

Chuck Leavell --An often-used sideman and touring keyboards player for the Rolling Stones.

Nicky Hopkins (1944–1994)--Piano and Organ for the Rolling Stones as a session musician and as a touring keyboardist.

Darryl Jones-Bass guitar (unofficial Stone 1991-Present)  

Links and Resources on Ron Wood the Rolling Stone, The Faces, and The Jeff Beck Group

Rolling Stones Official Website

The Faces--Official Website

Ronnie Lane--Official Website

Rolling Stones--Wikipedia Article

Nicky Hopkins--Wikipedia Article

Billy Preston--Wikipedia Article

Billy Preston Official Website

Ian Stewart--Wikipedia Article

Chuck Leavell--Wikipedia Article

Bill Wyman's Official Website

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