Ronnie Wood fans will have a chance to pose question to the veteran British rocker in an upcoming online Q&A. The Rolling Stones guitarist will answer questions about his 1974 solo release "I've Got My Own Album to Do" in honor of its 40th anniversary.
The two-time Rock and Roll Hall of Famer posted the Q&A announcement on Sept 1 at his official website at RonnieWood.com. Fans can participate by submitting questions by posting at Facebook here or by tweeting him using the hashtag #AskRonnie. The ex-Jeff Beck Group and Faces star will answer all questions about the album in a video.
Wood's debut solo album featured a mega-list of stars including: Beatle George Harrison, Stones bandmates Keith Richards, Mick Jagger and Mick Taylor along with Faces bandmates Rod Stewart, Kenney Jones and Ian McLagan among others. The album title originated from contributors such as Harrison, Jagger and Stewart "nagging me to let them go home" and work on their own projects.
Wood recently joined the growing list of celebrities to accept the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. The veteran rocker was the first Rolling Stones band member along with ex-Stone Bill Wyman to undertake the icy splash to raise funds for those battling amyotrophic lateral sclerosis.
Wood and The Stones wrapped up the European leg of their hugely successful 14 On Fire Tour last month and are currently enjoying time off before touring Australia and New Zealand. Presented by Frontier Touring in association with AEG Live, the Down Under trek kicks off on Oct. 25 in Adelaide, Australia at the Adelaide Oval. Click here for more details.
Did you know? Following The Stones tour, Faces drummer Kenney Jones has stated that the remaining members of The Faces, including Wood, Stewart and keyboardist Ian McLaglan will regroup for a tour in 2015.