Rolling Stone Joins Brad Onstage

Ronnie Wood is surprise guest at Paisley show in London.

photo by Ben Enos/Schmidt Relations

Could be a new superband.

Last night (Aug. 17), Brad Paisley, Darius Rucker and Ronnie Wood of iconic rock band The Rolling Stones were onstage together in London.

The three were performing Brad’s song “Alcohol” at the end of his show in a packed O2 arena. Ronnie, one of the Stones’ guitarists, first showed up for a version of “Let the Good Times Roll,” and Ronnie stayed for one more song.

Little known fact: Ronnie also plays pedal steel guitar, a staple of country music.

Brad continues his tour of Europe with shows in Ireland, Norway, Sweden and Denmark in the next two weeks.

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