The Rolling Stones guitarist Ronnie Wood has partnered with Eagle Rock Entertainment to release a new autobiography.
Somebody Up There Likes Me is scheduled for digital release Sept. 18 and on Oct. 9 on DVD, Blu-ray and limited edition deluxe hardback book. Pre-orders for the bio’s physical release are open now.
Tickets for the bio’s streaming premiere are $11. They are available here. Audiences who purchase a ticket to the Sept. 18 streaming premiere will also get to take part in a question and answer session with Wood and the biography’s director, Mike Figgis.
Wood’s story — which was an official selection of the 2019 BFI London Film Festival and 2020 Tribeca Film Festival — is told in his new biography through interviews with himself, his band mates in The Rolling Stones — Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, and Charlie Watts — as well as his Faces band mate, Rod Stewart, Wood’s wife Sally, singer Imelda May, and artist Damien Hirst.
Along with the interviews, the bio also features intimate performances by Wood, an video of Wood at work in his own home art studio. The whole thing reaches its peak with a performance of ‘Breathe On Me’ by Wood from his 1975 solo album New Look.
The trailer for Wood’s new bio is streaming here.
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