With only two years separating him from holding the status as an official senior citizen, Ronnie Wood isn’t letting age stop him from pursuing his music career. The Rolling Stone is coming out with a new solo studio album that he deems as his “best album yet.” The album, ‘I Feel Like Playing,’ will be available to the public on September 27, 2010.
‘I Feel Like Playing’ incorporates several of Wood’s many talents. In his down time from strumming on his beloved guitar, Wood relaxes by painting. The rock star, who doubles as a very talented artist, graced his art on the cover of ‘I Feel Like Playing.’ He will also have an exhibit open September 21 to November 21 at The Butler Institute of American Art in Youngstown, Ohio.
‘I Feel Like Playing’ is an exquisite display of both fine art and musical art. Wood partakes in a few tremendous collaborations on ‘I Feel Like Playing,’ including appearances by Guns N’ Roses guitarist Slash, Red Hot Chili Peppers’ bassist Flea, Kris Kristofferson, Ian McLagan, Bobby Womack, and ZZ Top’s Billy Gibbons.
For more information on ‘I Feel Like Playing,’ visit Wood’s official site at www.ronniewood.com. The track listing for “I Feel Like Playing” is below.
‘I Feel Like Playing’ track listing:
1. Why’d You Wanna Do A Thing
3. Lucky Man
4. I Gotta Go
5. Thing About You
6. How Am I Gonna Catch You
8. I Don’t Think So
10. Fancy Pants
11. Tell Me Something
12. Forever[img credit: Azimo]