Ronnie Wood of The Rolling Stones tours Motown with an epic Studio A music moment

Ronnie Wood of The Rolling Stones tours Motown with an epic Studio A music moment ...

- It is a very cool moment in music history that only a handful of people witnessed and happened on a tour with the Rolling Stones guitarist Ronnie Wood.

Wood was part of a group of about 30 people from The Rolling Stones tour party that went inside the Motown Museum over the weekend ahead of the concert tonight at Ford Field.

The Stones say this leg of the tour was pretty brutal and they didn't do anything; they said this is the one thing they wanted to do on the leg of the tour and they were so elated.

The museum is currently closed to the public until summer of 2022 due to storm damage and construction of a major 50 million-dollar expansion plan.

The touring members included Woods wife, The Rolling Stones bass player, drummer, keyboardist, Keith Richards and Mick Jagger manager, background singers and more.

The famous studio A was on display at the end of the tour and all whos been toured Hittsville U.S.A. knows, the tour guides lead your group in song to a Motown hit right in the space many songs were recorded.

During this morning, The Rolling Stones keyboardist Chuck Leavell sat at the famous piano in Studio A, and played a famous concert - an epic song he recorded with the Stones since the 1980s. After a long term relationship with the Stones, he then sat at a piano with the late David.

Paul McCartney restored the grand piano he sat down and began playing My Girl and the background vocalists and the whole group began to sing the whole song from beginning to end. It was just a great moment.

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