Upcoming Ronnie Wood Documentary To Be Released Virtually In September

By Andrew Magnotta @AndrewMagnotta

August 27, 2020

The upcoming Ronnie Wood documentary Somebody Up There Likes Me is getting a virtual cinema release next month.

Beginning September 18, the documentary that Wood himself called "brutally honest" will become available in North America at RonnieWoodMovie.com.

'Tickets' are $11. Along with the film, viewers will be granted access to a Q&A session between Wood and director Mike Figgis.

Before joining The Rolling Stones in 1975, Wood ingrained himself into British music history as a member of The Faces, The Jeff Beck Group and many other important '60s and '70s rock acts.

The documentary features brand new interview with Wood himself, as well as his Rolling Stones bandmates Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and Charlie Watts. It also includes interviews with Wood's old Faces bandmate Rod Stewart, as well as people from Wood's personal life.

Wood describes the film as depicting "the essence of survival" from someone who was often at "the right place at the right time."

For tickets and more information, go here.

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