Regisseur Mike Figgis hat eine Doku über den Rolling-Stones-Gitarristen Ron Wood schulmeisterlich inszeniert – unüberraschend, aber. Seit spielt Ron Wood die zweite Gitarre bei den Rolling Stones und bleib stets im Schatten von Mick Jagger und Keith Richards. It's only Rock 'n' Roll – but I like it. Der legendäre Rolling-Stones-Gitarrist Ron Wood erzählt in seinen Memoiren aus seinem bewegten Leben. Erstmals gewährt.
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Ronald David „Ron“ Wood, auch „Ronnie“ Wood, ist ein britischer Rockmusiker, der als Mitglied der Jeff Beck Group, der Faces und seit der Rolling Stones bekannt ist. Er spielt Gitarre und E-Bass. Ronald David „Ron“ Wood, auch „Ronnie“ Wood, (* 1. Juni in Hillingdon, London) ist ein britischer Rockmusiker, der als Mitglied der Jeff Beck Group, der. Seit spielt Ron Wood die zweite Gitarre bei den Rolling Stones und bleib stets im Schatten von Mick Jagger und Keith Richards. Regisseur Mike Figgis hat eine Doku über den Rolling-Stones-Gitarristen Ron Wood schulmeisterlich inszeniert – unüberraschend, aber. Mike Figgis weiß schon mit dem Einstieg seiner Dokumentation “Ronnie Wood: Somebody Up There Likes Me” über den Rolling-Stones-Musiker. Mit den "Rolling Stones" wurde Gitarrist Ron Wood zur Musiklegende. Alles über seine großen Erfolge und Tiefschläge erfahren Sie im Starporträt auf sumflower.eu Deutschlands führende Nachrichtenseite. Alles Wichtige aus Politik, Wirtschaft, Sport, Kultur, Wissenschaft, Technik und mehr.
It's only Rock 'n' Roll – but I like it. Der legendäre Rolling-Stones-Gitarrist Ron Wood erzählt in seinen Memoiren aus seinem bewegten Leben. Erstmals gewährt. Ronald David „Ron“ Wood, auch „Ronnie“ Wood, ist ein britischer Rockmusiker, der als Mitglied der Jeff Beck Group, der Faces und seit der Rolling Stones bekannt ist. Er spielt Gitarre und E-Bass. Er steht bei den Rolling Stones meist im Schatten von Mick Jagger und Keith Richards. Regisseur Mike Figgis hat Ronnie Wood jetzt einen. Grace Kelly Filme Woche: "Seen für iOS". Change it here DW. Figgis gelingt es so, auch ein paar andere und weniger bekannte Seiten des Porträtierten herauszuarbeiten. Ende Serien Stream Eureka er zwar festes Mitglied der Band, war finanziell allerdings nur ein Angestellter mit einem monatlichen Gehalt. Keith Richards Ihn bringt so schnell nichts um.
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Krissy Findlay. Ekaterina Ivanova. Thames Valley University. Wood began his career in , when he joined the Birds not to be confused with the American band the Byrds on guitar.
He joined the Jeff Beck Group in as a bass player. Their two albums, Truth and Beck-Ola , are both highly praised.
The group found great success in the UK and mainland Europe, though achieved only cult status in the US. After the departure of Mick Taylor from the Stones, Richards soon invited Wood to join them; he did so in , but was not officially inducted as a member until bassist Bill Wyman 's departure in Now Look was released in , and peaked at No.
Wood also released Gimme Some Neck in , which hit No. He released Slide on This in , Not for Beginners came out in A popular live act with a considerable fan base, the Birds released several singles in the mids;  Wood wrote or co-wrote nearly half the songs the group recorded.
In , after Steve Marriott left the Small Faces , Wood began working with the remaining members of that group, returning to his instrument of choice, the guitar.
In the first half of the s, Faces released four studio albums and were among the top-grossing live acts of the period. In Wood asked his old friend Mick Taylor , whom he had known since the early s, to help out with his first solo album.
Following Taylor's departure from the Rolling Stones in December , Wood participated in the band's March recording sessions for their forthcoming album Black and Blue.
In the Rolling Stones, Wood plays the slide guitar as Taylor and Brian Jones had done before him, adding both lap steel and pedal steel guitar.
In addition, Wood, as did his predecessors, exchanges roles on the guitar with Richards, often blurring the boundaries between rhythm and lead, even within a particular song.
Throughout the s, Wood played as an official member of the Rolling Stones; continued his solo career, releasing the album in ; painted; and collaborated with a number of other artists, including Prince , Bob Dylan , David Bowie , Eric Clapton , Bo Diddley , Ringo Starr and Aretha Franklin.
During the performance of " Blowin' in the Wind ", one of Dylan's guitar strings broke. Wood gave Dylan his guitar to keep the performance seamless and played air guitar until a stagehand brought him a replacement.
Wood was made a fully fledged partner in the Rolling Stones' financial organisation in In addition, Wood released his seventh solo album, Slide on This , in ; he toured to promote this album in North America and Japan.
Since , Wood has continued to combine solo work with his Rolling Stones schedule. The band included members of his family, Slash and Andrea Corr.
Wood toured with the Rolling Stones in and ; in he performed several one-off concerts and guest appearances, including a number of appearances with Rod Stewart.
Later in the year the two expressed intentions to finish the studio work on a collaborative album, to be titled You Strum and I'll Sing.
In , however, Wood was again busy with the Rolling Stones as the band recorded their A Bigger Bang album—although he played on only 10 of the album's 16 tracks.
He took part in the accompanying tour, which lasted until August In Wood launched his own record company, Wooden Records, which has released recordings by his daughter Leah, the New Barbarians and others.
Bill Wyman played bass and lead vocals were shared by several performers, notably Mick Hucknall. Pete Townshend presented the award. Since 9 April , Wood has presented his own radio show on Absolute Radio.
Airing on Saturday night at 10 pm, the one-hour show consists of Wood playing tracks by artists he has worked with and other personal favourites. He has said that his generation was the first in the family to be born on dry land.
Both of his elder brothers, Art and Ted, were graphic artists as well as musicians. Ted Wood died in , and Art Wood in Wood has six children.
During this time he had an affair with George Harrison 's former wife, Pattie Boyd. Findlay died in He also adopted Jamie, Jo Wood's son from a previous relationship.
In addition to his six children, Wood has six grandchildren. Wood has been frank about his struggle with alcoholism; although reports between and had indicated that he had been sober since the Rolling Stones' —03 tour, in June it was reported that he was entering rehab following a spell of increased alcohol abuse.
He had plans once again for a seventh admission. In July he left his wife for Katia Ivanova , whom he had met in a London club.
On 3 December , Wood was arrested over assault "in connection with a domestic incident". On 21 December , Wood married Sally Humphreys, the owner of a theatre production company, 31 years his junior.
Wood was diagnosed with lung cancer in , necessitating the partial removal of his lung. He said he refused chemotherapy because he did not want to lose his hair.
Wood has a long-standing interest in Thoroughbred breeding and racing. One of his best-known horses, of which he is the breeder, is Sandymount Duke, who has competed in both flat and jump racing under trainer Jessica Harrington.
Wood is a well-known visual artist. When he was a child his drawings were featured on the BBC television programme Sketch Club ; he won one of that programme's competitions, an achievement he refers to as his "awakening to art".
Other notable musicians, Freddie Mercury of Queen and Pete Townshend of the Who , also attended that college in the s. Wood's paintings, drawings and prints frequently feature icons of popular culture and have been exhibited all over the world.
He did the cover artwork to Eric Clapton's box set Crossroads. To date, Wood has three books to his credit: a short collection of autobiographical anecdotes titled The Works , illustrated with Wood's artwork, co-authored by Bill German and published in ; a limited-edition art book titled Wood on Canvas: Every Picture Tells a Story , published in by Genesis Publications; and his autobiography Ronnie , written in collaboration with his son-in-law Jack MacDonald and Jeffrey Robinson.
In addition to numerous Faces and Rolling Stones concert films, broadcasts and documentaries, Wood performed alongside the Band , Bob Dylan and many others in the finale of the documentary The Last Waltz , filmed in On 17 October , his autobiography Ronnie Wood: Artist was published.
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