FINE LIMITED EDITIONS SINCE 1974

News - 11 Sep 2015

Ronnie Wood appeared on BBC News and The One Show to talk about his 1965 Rock 'n' Roll Diary.

Ronnie Rocks the BBC


On 20th February 1965, Ronnie Wood wrote in his diary that his band, The Birds, failed their BBC audition because they were too loud.

Over 50 years later, on 10th September 2015, Ronnie Wood appeared on BBC News and The One Show to talk about the very same diary, which he recently rediscovered and is now sharing with the public.

‘It’s a really good glimpse of life at that time. There’s lots of familiar names in there.’ – Huw Edwards, BBC News

‘It’s so endearing. There are all these beautiful doodles and sketches. You just cannot stop reading it.’ – Matt Baker, The One Show

Click here to watch Huw Edwards interview Ronnie, and hereto see his appearance on The One Show, where he was joined by fellow Genesis author Anoushka Shankar. Anoushka and Ronnie recalled fond memories of Ravi Shankar and George Harrison before she played out the show.



Bookmark and Share

Related titles...

Concert for George

Concert for George

A limited edition book celebrating the life of George Harrison

Olivia Harrison, Brian Roylance & over 30 contributors

The final copies in this official limited edition celebrating the life of George Harrison, with Ringo Starr, Paul Theroux and many more. Illustrated with hundreds of rare photos of George throughout his life.

Collector

FULLY SUBSCRIBED

Deluxe

FULLY SUBSCRIBED

How Can It Be?

How Can It Be?

A Rock & Roll Diary

Ronnie Wood

Ten years before he joined the Rolling Stones, Ronnie Wood's musical apprenticeship with the Birds catapulted him onto the stage of swinging London's music scene, aged just 17.

Collector

BUY NOW

£295.00

Deluxe

FULLY SUBSCRIBED

Hall of Fame

Raga Mala

Raga Mala

The Autobiography of Ravi Shankar

Ravi Shankar

Ravi Shankar is the world's foremost sitar-virtuoso and composer, the man christened by George Harrison as the 'Godfather of World Music', who spearheaded the international spread of Indian culture. He has a remarkable story to tell, and he brings to the task the same contrasting qualities that make him as uncommon a man as a musician: that mixture of charm and candour, of dignity and humility, of deep spirituality and wide-eyed, impish fun.

RAGA M