Ron Wood rediscovered a diary that detailed the beginning of his music career and turned it into a unique hardcover book, wonderfully capturing the British Invasion music movement of the mid-1960s.
Kenney Jones, Ian McLagan and Ron Wood reflect on life within Small Faces and Faces: two distinct British bands from two different eras with one shared rock and roll history.
Love ’em or hate ’em, The Rolling Stones have left indelible marks on music history over the past 50 years. Here’s a look back at 50 of the band’s most memorable moments.
Whether you liked them better Mod or with Rod, both incarnations of The Small Faces/The Faces have gotten their Rock Hall due as British Invasion visionaries.
We don’t have a museum or awards ceremony, but Goldmine does have a desire to honor deserving musicians and an alternative to the Rock Hall.
Some of the hottest items auctioned off were Ron Wood paintings and unique Woodstock memorabilia
Some of Ron Wood’s most intriguing paintings will be auctioned off this month.
The Rolling Stones’ guitarist talks art and his new album, ‘I Feel Like Playing’
Last Wednesday, August 11th, one of the most heralded British rock bands of the 1970s returned to the concert stage at the British Music Experience at The O2 in North Greenwich, London. And from all reports, The Faces put on a great performance.
Ron Wood’s new radio show, The Ronnie Wood Show, which is being broadcast on the UK radio stations Absolute Radio and Absolute Classic Rock, is available for on-demand listening on the show’s Web site.