Rolling Stones' Ronnie Wood Reveals His Regret (A Top Story)

On Friday Rolling Stones' Ronnie Wood Reveals His Regret was a top story. Here is the recap: (Classic Rock) Rolling Stones guitarist Ronnie Wood says his biggest regret is not being able to remember all the girls he's been with in his career. Years of heavy drinking have taken a toll on his memory - and he only knows about some of the things he's done because he found a diary from 1965, which was recently published.

Wood tells NME: "One regret I have, going back through this diary, is that I can't remember what a lot of my girlfriends looked like years ago. I don't regret the drinking. I drank for Britain until I got sober five years ago. That was a learning curve I had to go through - but not remembering the wonderful girls is a regret."

The memoir has helped him recall nights out with comedy icon Sid James and soul hero Wilson Pickett. "In The Midnight Hour was the biggest record there was for me," Wood says, "But I'd forgotten all about our adventure together until I picked up the diary." Read more - here.

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