Rolling Stones’ Ronnie Wood Talks Addiction In New Movie Trailer
Did you even know that Rolling Stones guitarist Ronnie Wood has a documentary coming out? Check out a new trailer for “Somebody Up There Likes Me” with Wood talking about struggling with addiction!
Ronnie Wood: Somebody Up There Likes Me will be in theatres November 26. As you might expect, lots of interviews including Wood, his Rolling Stones bandmates Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, Rod Stewart, Damien Hirst, his wife Sally Humphries and more.
Now nine years sober, Wood says, “I was in the hands of destiny all my life and being the right place at the right time. I wouldn’t change anything except I’d do it with my eyes open a bit more.”
At the peak of his addiction, Wood reportedly would bring a bunsen burner to parties to smoke cocaine, “I enjoyed the shit out if it. Took it with me wherever I went. I thought it was the best thing going. I would take it to parties and go, ‘Everybody try this’, get [a] great big Bunsen burner out, the pipes, the works, freebase and everything. And people would be going, ‘You’re fucking crazy’ but I would love it.”
Can’t wait to watch this documentary. One of the biggest rock bands all-time – you gotta know it’s gonna be rock n’ roll excess!
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