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IN Celebrities ON 07 May, 2016
A guitarist, singer, songwriter, rock musician, and the heartbeat of music lovers around the world, "Ronnie Wood" is a legend. Born in Hillingdon, Middlesex, England, the United Kingdom in the family of "water gypsies" with white ethnicity, he has gained popularity at peak. In spite of being from a middle-class family background, Ronnie never felt like giving up on his inborn talent and succeeded as one of the renowned musicians of Rolling Stones band.
But there are a few interesting things about this artist that many of us might be unaware off. Check out the facts that reveal about his life, career, and his personality that is the duo of his creativity and a clean heart.
Ronnie was keen interested in music since his childhood days and began his musical career in the year 1964 as a guitarist. Later on, he worked with R&B band, The Birds, Jeff Back group and finally became the official member of Rolling Stones in 1980s.
Ronnie Wood is not only a musician or songwriter, but he is known for his artworks too. He is a famous painter and has presented his fine-art collection as well paintings in the comprehensive exhibition in Walmark Gallery in Stockholm.
Ronnie Wood is also an author and known for his writing skills too. His write-ups "How can it be? A rock and roll Diary", "The Faces" and "Wood on canvas" are the remarkable books that he has written and published by Genesis Publications.
He is to become a dad of twins at the age of 69 in this year (2016).
He already has four children from three wives and ten grandkids.
No wonder being so creative in his profile, he is also a superb radio artist and has achieved numerous awards for his live radio shows. Moreover to that, he also made a hat trick in the year 2013 at Arqiva Commercial Radio Awards.
According to his career moves, no doubt his net worth is around $90 million dollars.
He is not only a rock legend but has supported many charity causes. Whatever he earns, he donates that to the several charities that support the wildlife, cancer survivors and much more.