Ronnie Wood Net Worth: Ronnie Wood is an English rock musician who has a net worth of $90 million dollars. Born June 1, 1947 in Hillingdon, Middlesex, England, Ronnie Wood is globally known as a member of the long-running band The Rolling Stones (since 1975), as well as a former member of the band The Faces (with Rod Stewart and Mick Hucknall) and the Jeff Beck Group, though his musical career began in the '60s with an English band called The Birds at the age of 17. Wood was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame twice. Throughout his musical career, he released more than a dozen solo albums and was credited as a co-writer for more than a dozen songs, including Stay With Me for Faces and It's Only Rock 'n Roll (But I Like It) for the Stones. In September 2010, when his album I Feel Like Playing was released, Wood spoke to Vanity Fair about making solo albums, quoted as saying, "Apart from keeping my chops intact between tours, I get to be the boss. When it's with the Stones, I'm working as a unit … but when it comes to a solo outing, the world is your oyster—provided that you have the material." By 2012, Wood had his own radio show on Absolute Radio and was nominated at the 2012 Sony Awards as the Music Radio Personality of the Year, an award he also won in 2011. An avid artist since his undergrad years at the Ealing School of Art in London, he has also displayed his art at various exhibits, including one called Faces, Time and Places, which opened in New York City in April 2012, and ran for three months.
Ronnie Wood Net Worth
Date of Birth
Jun 1, 1947 (68 years old)
Artist, Musician, Record producer, Songwriter, Guitarist, Bassist, Actor, Singer, Painter, Radio personality
5 ft 8 in (1.75 m)
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