[pullquote_right]As well as being known for his music, Ronnie is also an acclaimed artist and the 64-year-old rocker is enjoying using new technology in his work.[/pullquote_right] Ronnie Wood is always rehearsing for a Rolling Stones show. The guitarist frequently makes time to play his instrument, just in case the group – who haven’t played live since 2007 or released a new album since 2005 – decide to work together again.
Describing a perfect Sunday, he said: “I try to keep my musical hand in, just in case the Stones do anything, so I’d probably have a tinkle on one of my acoustic guitars before making a very special Sunday roast.”
He explained to Seven magazine: “I love sketching on my iPhone and have started getting the finished sketches printed on huge canvasses so than I can then work on them with paint. It’s a totally new form of art, which I’m really excited about and I can’t wait to present it to the world.”
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The Rolling Stones celebrate their 50th anniversary next year and frontman Sir Mick Jagger and guitarist Keith Richards – who have a strained relationship with one another – recently admitted they are likely to take to the stage again.
Keith said: “I don’t see why in the world the Stones can’t put together some kind of show next year. I’d almost count on it. It doesn’t have to be the whole spectacle bull***t again, but we’ve got to find our own way through this.”
Mick added: “It is quite amazing when you think about it. Anything’s possible.”