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Ron Wood – Most Famous Mullets

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Rolling Stones guitarist Ron Wood not only had the party going on in the back, but he had one of the more spikey up-fronts with his mullet.

Unlike a number of rockers who’ve grown out of the look with age, Wood has kept his hair near shoulder length in back, while the spikey jet-black hair remains. But there’s no hating on Wood because the mullet is only rock and roll, and we know he likes it.

…And so does the next person on our list, who as it turns out, is a former bandmate of Wood’s.

Next: A Truly Mod Mullet

 

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