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- Posted on Apr 1st 2010 5:00AM by Farah Ishaq
The hour-long 'Ronnie Wood Show' on Absolute Classic Rock will see the Rolling Stones guitarist -- also a former member of the Faces and the Jeff Beck Group -- present a selection of tracks from the canon of rock 'n' roll inspired by his career and anecdotes from his years on the road.
The programme description says Wood "may get distracted or lost in the music but every record he plays comes with a story -- a memory, a tale of mischief or inspiration."
The prerecorded show also sees the guitarist bringing his tools of the trade into the studio, so listeners are promised fingers poised with a plectrum ready to strum out bits from his hits. Wood will "twang, strum and pick riffs on his acoustic and other guitars from his expansive collection," the programme notes say. Perhaps Wood will also showcase tidbits from the solo album he is reported to be working on.
The 'Ronnie Wood Show' will run on Absolute Classic Rock on Fridays at 6PM, with repeats on Absolute FM on Saturdays at 10pm, for a year.