Rolling Stones setlists painted by Ron Wood for sale

Rolling Stones setlists painted by Ron Wood for sale

Last night i Rolling Stonesduring the tour that currently sees them engaged in America, they played in Orlando.

As with all concerts, Roon Wood creates an exclusive hand-painted work of art featuring the evening's set list.

'During the rehearsals – says Wood – I spread the setlists on large canvases, writing the songs and the keys in which they are played. We hang these ladders on the walls of the rehearsal room, so we know where we've been and where we're going.”

'I illustrate the band's setlists – adds the guitarist – sometimes Keith and Mick add little doodles and they become works of art in their own right'.

For the past two decades, the songs the Rolling Stones have played in rehearsals, live shows and studio sessions have been illustrated by Ronnie Wood in a series of hand-painted setlists.

The result is a unique collection of canvases documenting the highly successful tours the band held around the world.

Now the lithographic prints of some selected playlists, true works of art, are available only inOfficial Ronnie Wood Artwork Store. The last one on sale (at 90 euros) is that of the concert on June 3, 2024 in Orlando. Other works with playlists from the past can still be purchased and the next concerts in Atlanta, Philadelphia and Cleveland have already been announced, up to live number 19, the one on July 17th in Santa Clara California. From the past, the track lists of the 2014, 2016, 2018, 2019 and 2021 tours are available.

Ronnie's artwork will be made available directly on the site after each night's show and will be shipped a few days later.

The first 750 orders along with the press will also receive a concert guitar pick.

The lineup (available unframed) is printed on high-quality lithographic paper, has a size of 420 x 594 mm (A2) and a gold authenticity stamp.

In addition to music, Ron Wood has a great passion for painting. His works are the subject of personal and collective exhibitions around the world and some of his works are exhibited at the Royal Academy of Arts in London.