Ronnie wood dating history
He began his career in 1964 as part of the live band called The Birds; after they broke up, he worked on a project called Santa Barbara Machine Head.
He was married to Krissy Findlay from 1971 to 1978 and Jo Wood from 1985 to 2011. He has sons named Tyrone, Jamie and Jesse and daughters named Leah, Alice, Gracie and Rose. The least compatible signs with Gemini are generally considered to be Virgo and Pisces. Like many celebrities and famous people, Ronnie keeps his personal and love life private.
During the summer of 1969, Stewart and Wood also set the template for what would become The Faces on An Old Raincoat Won't Ever Let You Down, Stewart's first solo album (known as The Rod Stewart Album in the US).
The backing band on the album also included Ian Mc Lagan, Keith Emerson, Micky Waller and guitarists Martin Pugh (of Steamhammer and later Armageddon and 7th Order), and Martin Quittenton (also from Steamhammer).
The group went on to release Long Player and A Nod Is As Good As a Wink... Their last LP, titled Ooh La La, was released in 1973.
As the group began to split, Wood started several solo projects, eventually recording his first solo LP, I've Got My Own Album to Do, in 1974.
This line-up, plus Rod Stewart and former Bird Kim Gardner, teamed up with Wood's brother Art Wood in a formation called Quiet Melon, making a handful of recordings in May 1969.Ronnie Wood is a retired Scottish professional ice hockey player who played between 19 in the United Kingdom. Check back often as we will continue to update this page with new relationship details.He is credited, with David Gardner-Brown, for creating the Sheffield Steelers in 1991, for whom he was also the General Manager between 1991 and February 1993. Let’s take a look at Ronnie Wood past relationships, ex-girlfriends and previous hookups. We are currently in process of looking up information on the previous dates and hookups.In December 1973, Wood collaborated with Mick Jagger on the song "It's Only Rock'n Roll (But I Like It)".and recorded at Wood's private studio in the basement of his home near London, The Wick.