Rolling Stones guitarist Ronnie Wooden, 74, has simply purchased himself a brand new residence in London. I guess the neighbours’ curtains have been twitching. “I noticed Mick [Jagger] right here final week and Rod [Stewart] and Kenney [Jones] had been right here yesterday,” Wooden enthuses. He’s speaking to me on Zoom from an art-filled room in his new place in Little Venice, west London. Upstairs is for portray. Downstairs he has arrange a recording studio.
“Me and Mick have carried out 9 new tracks for the [40th anniversary] re-release of [the Rolling Stones album] Tattoo You. And me, Rod and Kenney [the only surviving original members of Wood’s pre-Rolling Stones band the Faces] have been recording some new Faces music.”
Wooden punches the air with a ringed