He’ll turn 65 June 1, but legendary rocker Ron Wood is feeling young.
He’s got a hit radio show, just got inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame for the second time, and played one sensational concert at the Golden Nugget in Atlantic City on Saturday, April 21.
Oh, and Woody has a new art exhibition “Faces, Time and Places,” running through July in New York, with a satellite gallery — featuring the Rolling Stones’ member’s originals and prints — just opened at the Golden Nugget in Atlantic City.
The one-off Atlantic City showed Woody to be in top form, prancing around the stage in a high-energy show that last about two hours. He played guitar and sang, as well as slide guitar and harmonica.
Following Wood and friends’ “Golden” weekend in Atlantic City, it’s gonna be a big weekend this weekend for the Nugget, too.
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