Ronnie Wood News
Ronnie and Sally Wood Hope to Have a Baby
At 67, Rolling Stones guitarist Ronnie Wood is "up for" expanding his family. His wife of a year and a half, Sally, 36, said that she would like to have a baby in the next five years. "Obviously we’ve spoken about it quite a lot, and you can ask him and his response would be, 'Well, that would be
Rolling Stones Rally Behind 'Struggling' Mick Jagger
Mick Jagger released a statement earlier in the week that he was "still struggling to understand how my lover and best friend could end her life in this tragic way" after his girlfriend L'Wren Scott took he own life on Monday. Though Jagger is still grieving, he has his bandmates -- his
How Did Taylor Swift Beat Beyonce and Justin Timberlake?
It might be up for debate whether Taylor Swift is the latest princess of pop or country. But there's no doubt she's the queen of the music business. She just came out on top of Billboard's list of the biggest money-makers in music, earning an estimated $39.7 million last year, beating out Queen Bey
Nightline 05/24: How Ron Jeremy, Anti-Porn XXXchurch Pastor Became Friends
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Dan Aykroyd: Ghostbusters 3 Should Film By Next Year
He has earned an Emmy and has been nominated for an Oscar, but Dan Aykroyd is after a different category of award these days. With 3 million of his skull-shaped bottles already sold across 32 countries, Aykroyd’s Crystal Head Vodka has been taken gold medals...
Rolling Stones: 50 and Counting
Exclusive: Mick, Keith, Charlie and Ronnie talk about their epic concert tour and rock 'n' roll.
Rolling Stones on 50 Years of Music, Working Relationships, Sobriety
Keith Richards, Mick Jagger, Ronnie Wood and Charlie Watts Talk Exclusively to Nightline
Rolling Stones sign with Universal Music, ditching EMI
The Rolling Stones, the world's top earning music act last year, have signed a long-term, exclusive worldwide contract with Vivendi's Universal Music, dealing a major blow to the group's former recording company EMI Group. Universal said on Friday that the new deal covered both future albums by the
Rolling Stones Guitarist Enters Rehab
Family and friends say they look forward to his recovery.