Ronnie Wood Net Worth 2017: Short Bio & Wiki

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Ronald David Wood was born on June 1, 1947 in Hillingdon, Middlesex, England. The main source of Ronnie’s fame and popularity all around the world, and wealth, has been his membership of the famous band The Rolling Stones since the time  joined it in 1975. Before joining The Rolling Stones, Ronnie was a member of The Faces and the Jeff Beck Group.

So just how rich is the famous rock star Ronnie Wood? Sources have recently estimated that the total size of Ronnie Wood’s net worth is as high as $90 million, all accumulated from his career in the music industry.

Ronnie Wood Net Worth $90 Million

Ronnie Wood spent his childhood in Yiewsley, UK and was a student at St Stephen`s Infant School, St Matthew`s Church of England Primary School, and Evelyns Secondary Modern School Yiewsley.It was in 1964 when Ronnie decided to start a career in the music industry. That year he joined the band named The Birds, in which Ronnie performed as a guitarist. Later on, he joined The Creation but it did not take long before Ronnie decided to leave. In 1967 Wood joined the Jeff Beck Group in which he started playing bass. The group released two albums named Truth and Beck-Ola. Neither the band nor the albums brought Ronnie fame and success, and two years later the band stopped performing.

Along with Rod Stewart, another band member, Ronnie wanted to continue pursuing a career in the music industry. They decided to join The Faces, the band which became popular all over Europe, as well as in the United Kingdom. First Step, The Faces` debut album, was released in 1970. Undoubtedly, it helped Ronnie to increase his net worth. However, the band decided to split up soon after, and then came the time for Ronnie to start his own solo career. I`ve Got My Own Album to Do was released in 1974., and was a key to the success of his career, as Ronnie was then invited to join The Rolling Stones to replace Mick Taylor, and the band soon became the main source of Ronnie Wood’s net worth. Thus, since 1975 Wood has been an official member of The Rolling Stones, but during this time Ronnie also continued performing as a solo artist, and these two careers have helped Ronnie to boost the total size of his net worth. Starting in 1975, a couple of Ronnie`s productions were released: Now Look, and Gimme Some Neck. In 1989 Ronnie was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

Ronnie’s other studio albums include 1234, Slide on This, Not for Beginners, and I Feel Like Playing. Ronnie’s discography has featured a few live albums as well: Live at the Ritz featuring Bo Diddley, Slide on Live: Plugged in and Standing, Live and Eclectic, Buried Alive: Live in Maryland, The First Barbarians: Live from Kilburn. Along with Ronnie Lane, Wood released a collaborative album called Mahoney`s Last Stand in 1976.

Ronnie Wood’s private life has not been helped by his periodic addictions to alcohol and consequent sessions in rehab. Ronnie has been married three times, first to Krissy Findlay (1971-78) with whom he has two children; then to Jo Karslake (1985-2011) and they have a son and daughter; and finally to Sally Humphries in 2012.


Quick Facts

Birth date: June 1, 1947
Birth place: Hillingdon, United Kingdom
Height:5 ft 8 in (1.75 m)
Profession:Artist, Musician, Record producer, Songwriter, Guitarist, Bassist, Actor, Singer, Painter, Radio personality
Spouse:Sally Humphreys (m. 2012), Jo Wood (m. 1985–2011), Krissy Findlay (m. 1971–1978)
Children:Jesse Wood, Leah Wood, Jamie Wood, Tyrone Wood
Music groups:The Rolling Stones (Since 1975)




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