As guitarist for the Rolling Stones and Faces, Ronnie Wood has played for two of the best British bands of all-time. And now he is coming to London for Bluesfest.
Ronnie will be bringing along some very special friends to help celebrate the legendary Chess label, which churned out classic tracks like 'No Particular Place To Go', 'Hoochie Coochie Man', 'I'd Rather Go Blind', 'Smokestack Lighnin' and 'Maybellene'.
The Hammersmith Apollo is one of London’s major entertainment venues, attracting some of the world’s best acts. The Grade II listed building can seat between 3,500 and 5,000 people, depending on whether the seats have been removed from the standing section.
Guest – “Does anyone know what time Ronnie is due on stage?… more”
If you like this, here are some more concerts at Hammersmith Apollo…
Ben Howard at Hammersmith Apollo – 12th to 13th June 2013 Double Brit Award winner Ben Howard will be performing all over Europe this summer, including two nights at the Hammersmith Apollo — his biggest shows in the UK to date.
Hugh Laurie at Hammersmith Apollo – 14th June 2013 Best known for his comedy skits with Stephen Fry and his role in doctor drama “House”, Hugh Laurie is now making a name for himself in music. “Let Them Talk” was his first album, and drew on his love of New Orleans blues, but his follow-up “Didn’t It Rain” follows the blues upstream and into the American heartland.
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