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38 Years Ago: The Faces Split Up

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The Faces ended their short life in December of 1975. Sprouted from the ashes of the Small Faces after Steve Marriott left the group to form Humble Pie, Ronnie Lane, Ian McLagan and Kenney Jones recruited Ron Wood and Rod Stewart (both recently exited from the Jeff Beck Group) to comprise a true powerho

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Mick Taylor to Join Ronnie Wood at Bluesfest

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The Ronnie Wood Band's finale at BluesFest in London next month will include an appearance by Mick Taylor, who held down the guitar-player role in the Rolling Stone before Wood replaced him in 1975. Wood and group will pay tribute to the late Jimmy Reed during their Nov. 1 set at the Royal Albert Hall, where BluesFest runs from Oct. 29-Nov. 1.

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Ron Wood to Close London Bluesfest

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The Ronnie Wood Band has been announced as the final performers at the 2013 BluesFest in London this fall. The Rolling Stones guitarist will pay tribute to the late bluesman Jimmy Reed on Nov. 1. 

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45 Years Ago: Jeff Beck Group (with Rod Stewart and Ronnie Wood) make US debut at Fillmore East

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In June of 1968, the Jeff Beck Group, featuring Rod Stewart and Ronnie Wood, made their first appearance on American stages as they hit the legendary Fillmore East.

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Top 10 Pre-Rolling Stones Ron Wood Songs

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Let's hear it for Ron Wood! The shaggy-haired guitar ace has played devil's advocate to both Rod Stewart and Keith Richards -- his style perfectly complementing the Faces and the Rolling Stones. Wood joined the Stones in 1975 after the Faces split up, but his hist

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Rod Stewart and Ron Wood Ran from the Plaster Casters

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Regardless of what one thinks of his sense of humor, it's undeniable that Howard Stern has an uncanny knack for getting his guests to open up about some of their most private details. On Monday (May 13), Rod Stewart talked about how close he and Ron Wood came to having casts made of their genitalia by the infamous Plaster Casters.

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15 Years Ago: Ron Wood Saved From Boat Fire

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On April 8, 1998, Rolling Stones guitarist Ron Wood was rescued by paparazzi from a yacht fire. Seems the legendary guitarist was out on a boat trip near Brazil, as another boat of paparazzi was on the chase behind to try and score some candid photos. As the otherwise mellow excursion proceeded, Wood's boat suddenly burst into flames.

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Ron Wood’s Ex-Wife Dishes Dirt in Autobiography

Ron and Jo Wood
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It's no secret that Ronnie Wood of the Rolling Stones has lived a true life of sex, drugs and rock n' roll. But the true extent of his decadence is being revealed in a new tell-all memoir by his ex-wife, Jo Wood.

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Sally Humphreys – Hottest Rockstar Wives

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Sally Humphreys might be the epitome of the hottest rockstar wives motif, as she's not only still in her 30's, but she married a rocker from one of the biggest bands, if not the biggest band ever.

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Ron Wood Marries Sally Humphreys

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After weeks of speculation, Rolling Stones guitarist Ron Wood has gotten married to theater producer Sally Humphreys. The pair got hitched at London's Dorchester Hotel in front of fellow rockers such as Paul McCartney and best man Rod Stewart.

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