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Ronnie Wood Debuts First Track From His Chuck Berry Covers Album

by Paul Cashmere on September 10, 2019

in News

Ronnie Wood has released the first taste of his upcoming album ‘Mad Lad’, a tribute to Chuck Berry.

‘Mad Lad’ is set for 15 November. The album was recorded live at the Tivoli Theatre in Wimborne Minster, England on 13 November 2018.

Imelda May took over lead vocals on some tracks, Ronnie on most.

The album tracklisting is:

1. Tribute to Chuck Berry
2. Talking About You
3. Mad Lad
4. Wee Wee Hours feat. Imelda May
5. Almost Grown feat. Imelda May
6. Back in the USA
7. Blue Feeling
8. Worried Life Blues
9. Little Queenie
10. Rock ‘N’ Roll Music feat. Imelda May
11. Johnny B Goode

The complete setlist for the evening was:

Roll Over Beethoven (Ben Waters band only)
Nadine (Ben Waters band only)
Instrumental (Ben Waters & Tom Waters only)
Little Queenie
Down the Road Apiece
I’m Talking About You
Blue Feeling
Route 66
Wee Wee Hours (with Imelda May)
Around and Around (with Imelda May)
Almost Grown (with Imelda May)
Back in the U.S.A.
Mad Lad
No Particular Place to Go
Run Rudolph Run
Worried Life Blues
Hey Santa Clause (with Imelda May)
Rock and Roll Music (with Imelda May)
Johnny B. Goode (with Imelda May)

Encore:
Jump, Jive, an’ Wail (with Imelda May)
Bye Bye Johnny (with Imelda May)

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