Ron Wood was created on June 1, 1947 in Hillingdon, London. He joined several English groups as a guitarist and bassist most notably Faces and The Rollingstones and made many hits during his career. Wood additionally made solo albums and, as a talented painter, held art displays throughout America and elsewhere. For his musical abilities, Wood was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame twice. The British rocker’s accomplishments have brought him a long way from his modest origins. Wood’s love of art wasn’t unrivaled, though: He had an affinity for creating music. At 17, he started his musical career with The Birds, a rhythm and blues band that has been popular in Great Britain in the mid-1960s.