An English rock guitarist and bassist best known as a member of The Rolling Stones, The Faces, and The Jeff Beck Group.
Member and lead guitarist of "THE MOVE" and a short stay with "ELO".
He later formed "WIZARD"
Wood began his career in 1964 with the Birds, based in Yiewsley, Middlesex.
By the late 1960s, he was part of The Creation, then joined the Jeff Beck Group as a bassist together with singer Rod Stewart.
They split up, after recording Beck-Ola in 1969.
With Rod Stewart, Ronnie joined The Small Faces as a guitarist, shortly after leader Steve Marriott had left the group. The band's name soon was shortened to simply The Faces.
Wood also performed along side The Band, Bob Dylan, Ronnie Hawkins, Joni Mitchell, Neil Young, Eric Clapton, Van Morrison, Neil Diamond, Dr. John, and many others.
Throughout the 1980s, Wood played as a member of the Rolling Stones, continued his solo career.
He is an accomplished artist and trained at the Ealing College of Art, and comes from a family of artists. His paintings, drawings, and prints feature icons of popular culture and have been featured in exhibitions all over the world.
Solo Albums include.
I've Got My Own Album to Do (1974)
Now Look (1975)
Mahoney's Last Stand (1976) with Ronnie Lane
Gimme Some Neck (1979)
Live at the Ritz (1988) with Bo Diddley
Slide on This (1992)
Slide on Live: Plugged in and Standing (1993)
Live and Eclectic (2000) (reissued in 2002 as Live at Electric Ladyland)
Not for Beginners (2002)
Ronnie Wood Anthology: The Essential Crossexion (2006)
The First Barbarians: Live from Kilburn (2007)
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