The Ronnie Wood Show

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  • 2018
  • 1 Season
  • 0.0  (7)

The Ronnie Wood Show is a music and talk show presented by legendary rock guitarist Ronnie Wood. Airing on AXS tv, each episode of the show features Wood in conversation with a guest musician or band, as well as performances from both Wood and his guest. The show is an intimate and relaxed look into the world of music, as Wood and his guests share stories and memories, and showcase their talents through live performances.

Each episode of The Ronnie Wood Show opens with a shot of Wood playing his guitar, before he welcomes the audience and introduces his guest for the episode. Over the course of the hour-long show, Wood and his guest sit down for a chat about their music, careers, and personal lives. Viewers are given a unique insight into the inspirations and motivations that drive these musicians, as they share stories and reminisce about their experiences in the industry. Wood's easygoing and affable nature makes for a comfortable and engaging interview style, as he delves deep into the creative processes behind his guest's music.

Alongside the interviews, The Ronnie Wood Show also features live performances from both Wood and his guest. In most episodes, Wood collaborates with his guest musician or band to perform a selection of classic songs, demonstrating the chemistry and connection that lies at the heart of the rock community. Viewers can witness Wood's virtuosity as a guitarist, as well as his talent as a singer, as he performs alongside some of the greatest names in the business. Fans of classic rock will be thrilled to see their favorite artists performing some of their most iconic hits in this intimate and relaxed setting.

As well as the performances, The Ronnie Wood Show also includes some fascinating behind-the-scenes insights into the music industry. In one episode, for example, Wood takes viewers on a tour of his recording studio, showing off the vintage equipment and instruments he has collected over the years. In another episode, he visits a famous London club, where he reminisces about some of the great musicians he has seen perform there over the years. These glimpses into the workings of the music world make for a fascinating and immersive viewing experience, as viewers are brought into the heart of the action.

Overall, The Ronnie Wood Show is a must-see for anyone with an interest in music, and especially for fans of classic rock. Devoid of the usual hype and gloss that can accompany music shows, this series offers an authentic and intimate look at the world of rock, through the eyes of one of the genre's most iconic figures. With his easy charm, incredible musicianship, and famous friends, Ronnie Wood creates a show that is both entertaining and enlightening, and that will leave viewers with a deeper appreciation of the art of rock and roll.

The Ronnie Wood Show is a series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (11 episodes). The series first aired on July 11, 2018.

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Paul McCartney Special
11. Paul McCartney Special
June 24, 2012
It doesn't get better than this. It's a musical clash of the titans as Ronnie is joined by an actual Beatle: Paul McCartney! Paul reveals the first record he ever bought, the song that got him into The Beatles, how the Rolling Stones provided him with a musical education and some remarkable stories about Elvis Presley. But who inspired the classic McCartney track Maybe I'm Amazed?
Pattie Boyd
10. Pattie Boyd
April 26, 2012
Photographer and sixties icon Pattie Boyd joins Ronnie for a quick trip back in time. Pattie brings along some photos she took when Ronnie visited her and then husband George Harrison. She discusses the time she ventured backstage to meet Bob Marley and the classic songs she's inspired including Something by The Beatles and Eric Clapton's Layla.
Toots Hibbert
9. Toots Hibbert
April 19, 2012
Reggae legend Toots Hibbert of Toots and the Maytals, who sadly passed away in 2020, joins Ronnie to discuss his extraordinary musical career which involves, as the great man himself says, 'a lot of big ones'. They talk about reggae's influence on the Stones and Ronnie in particular and the role Toots had in that education. Plus Ronnie reveals what happened when Keith Richards met Michael Jackson.
8. Slash
April 12, 2012
Ronnie's 'favorite guest of all time' former Guns N' Roses legend Slash drops into the studio to talk about the music that moves him. Incredibly, Ronnie knew Slash back when he was a little kid and was even involved in him obtaining his famous moniker. They talk blues, Muhammad Ali, smoking and obsessive guitar collecting. And Ronnie discloses the track that is guaranteed to get him grooving.
Bobby Gillespie
7. Bobby Gillespie
April 5, 2012
Ronnie talks to Primal Scream singer Bobby Gillespie, who discusses the importance of punk, and post-punk, in his musical education and the two discuss their mutual love of The Velvet Underground. Ronnie discusses the fortuitous way he joined the Rolling Stones and what happened on his first day with the band. And Ronnie reveals the unusual instrument he played in his brother's skiffle group.
Pattie Boyd & Toots
6. Pattie Boyd & Toots
July 15, 2018
Ronnie talks to his Faces bandmate and Simply Red singer Mick Hucknall. Mick reveals the email exchanges he has had with another former Face: Rod Stewart. The two discuss their mutual love of Bob Dylan (get ready to sing along) and Mick also talks about his fascination with a certain part of Buddy Guy’s anatomy. And Ronnie reveals the last thing he ever said to Jimi Hendrix.
Mick Hucknall & Steve Cropper
5. Mick Hucknall & Steve Cropper
August 8, 2018
American guitarist, songwriter and record producer Steve Cropper joins Ronnie Wood to reminisce about his days at Stax Records alongside the likes of Otis Redding.
Mark Ronson & Bobby Gillespie
4. Mark Ronson & Bobby Gillespie
August 1, 2018
DJ and music producer Mark Ronson joins Ronnie in his London studio to talk about - and listen to - the music they love including tracks by Amy Winehouse and Stevie Wonder.
Slash & Kelly Jones
3. Slash & Kelly Jones
July 25, 2018
The Stones legend reminisces and jams with Stereophonics lead singer Kelly Jones, who reveals a time he went to Wood's house for a barbecue and didn't leave for two days.
Alice Cooper & Ian McLagan
2. Alice Cooper & Ian McLagan
July 18, 2018
The Rolling Stones guitarist is joined by fellow musicians for an impromptu jam session, as well as a chat about their lives in rock. His first guest is Alice Cooper.
Sir Paul McCartney *One-hour special*
1. Sir Paul McCartney *One-hour special*
July 11, 2018
Ronnie is joined by someone the Guinness World Records describe as "the most successful composer and recording artist of all time" - Paul McCartney. He has sold more than 100 million albums and 100 million singles. McCartney has a wealth of star-studded anecdotes from 50 years at the pinnacle of the music business. While reminiscing with Wood, he plays the stand-out songs from his life, as well as those that influenced his phenomenal career.
Where to Watch The Ronnie Wood Show
The Ronnie Wood Show is available for streaming on the AXS tv website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch The Ronnie Wood Show on demand at Amazon Prime.
  • Premiere Date
    July 11, 2018
  • IMDB Rating
    0.0  (7)