He plays the venue with Mick Taylor and Dick Taylor
Ronnie Wood joined two former members of The Rolling Stones onstage last night (December 1) at a benefit gig for London‘s 100 Club.
The gig, which took place at the venue, saw Wood play with his predecessor in the band Mick Taylor, as well as their early bassist Dick Taylor, reports BBC 6Music.
“Are we ready to continue saving the 100 Club?” Wood asked the audience at one point, in reference to the [url=http://www.nme.com/news/oasis/53128]threat facing the club due to rising rental costs[/url].
The trio jammed on a version of blues standard ‘Spoonful’ at the gig.
Fans have been pledging money at Savethe100club.co.uk to help and save the 100 Club, with musicians including Liam Gallagher, Frank Black and Bobby Gillespie adding their support.
Speaking about the club’s current position, owner Jeff Horton said: “There’s no question we’re going to have to go down the route of sponsorship, because the club can’t exist without one, but it’s not just about a cheque-writing exercise.”
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