Watch the trailer for upcoming Ronnie Wood documentary, Somebody Up There Likes Me

The film will be released this November.

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A trailer has been released for the documentary about Rolling Stones guitarist Ronnie Wood, Somebody Up There Likes Me. You can watch it above.

The documentary, directed by Mike Figgis, has already premiered at the BFI London Film Festival earlier this year, and will be released in the UK and Ireland on 26 November 2019.

The film charts Ronnie Wood’s life from his first £25 guitar over 55 years ago, to his time in the Rolling Stones, as well as his work as a painter. The film is intercut with footage of live performances, alongside in-depth interviews with Wood’s bandmates and friends. As well as charting his artistic accomplishments, Somebody Up There Likes Me touches on Wood’s battles with drink and drug addiction, as well as beating lung cancer.

Read our interview with Ronnie about his visual art, his music and his book Rolling Stones Set Lists.

Find out more about the film at ronniewoodmovie.com. For more music news, click here.


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