Video | Rolling Stones Celebrate 40 Years With Ronnie Wood

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This year marks the 40th anniversary of Ronnie Wood joining The Rolling Stones. In 1975 while still a member of Faces, Wood was tapped by The Stones to join them on tour, ultimately replacing Mick Taylor in the band. As mentioned in the video, his first concert appearance with The Stones fell on Wood’s birthday, June 1, 1975 at Louisiana State University’s Assembly Center in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.




Wood appeared on their 1976 album Black and Blue and has remained with the band ever since. Watch as Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and Charlie Watts reminisce about their bandmate as well as Wood’s thoughts on being a Rolling Stone for four decades:



 Wood and The Stones bring their Zip Code North American Tour to Nashville’s LP Field tomorrow night, Wednesday, June 17. Brad Paisley will open the show in Tennessee.