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Ronnie Wood Says Rolling Stones Blues Album Was ‘Complete Accident’

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Ronnie Wood Says Rolling Stones Blues Album Was ‘Complete Accident’

by Music-News.com

Rock legend Ronnie Wood attended the Q Awards where he spoke to Q magazine about the upcoming Rolling Stones album, presenting the Les Paul Award to The Edge and his plans for Christmas.

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