‘The Ronnie Wood Show’ Coming to AXS TV

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The Ronnie Wood Show makes its U.S. debut on July 11, 2018 on AXS TV with guest Paul McCartney

The Ronnie Wood Show will make its U.S. television debut when AXS TV presents season one of the U.K. series, beginning on July 11. The program will air two episodes each week back-to-back at 8 p.m. Eastern/5 p.m. Pacific with encore broadcasts every Sunday night.

Hosted by the Rolling Stones guitarist, the network’s announcement notes: “the series gives viewers a unique look into Wood’s award-winning radio show—bringing them behind the scenes and into the studio as he plays the songs that inspired him, shares stories from his prolific career, and sits down for revealing interviews and intimate jam sessions with some of classic rock’s biggest names.”

On the July 11 premiere, Wood is joined by Paul McCartney, who reminisces about his career before performing a set list of songs that both powered his career and impacted his life. In the interview, the pair talk about such artists as Chuck Berry, Marvin Gaye and the Beach Boys.

Watch McCartney talk with Wood about Buddy Holly and John Lennon

Related: Best Classic Bands’ interview with Wood

Other notable guests during the season include shock rock pioneer Alice Cooper, who talks about the Detroit rock scene and shares a humorous anecdote about a stage stunt gone wrong (July 18 at 8 p.m. E); Wood’s Faces bandmate Ian McLagan, who reflects on the band’s ‘70s heyday (July 18 at 8:30); and Guns N’ Roses guitarist Slash (July 25 at 8 p.m.).

Related: Our tribute to McLagan

​Other guests include singer Mick Hucknall (Aug. 8); ​guitarist Steve Cropper, who reminisces about writing “(Sittin’ On) The Dock Of The Bay” with Otis Redding and crafting the trademark “Soul Man” riff (Aug. 8); and Pattie Boyd (Aug. 15).

Related: Wood is performing this summer on the Rolling Stones’ #NoFilter European tour

As part of AXS TV’s classic rock summer programming lineup, on July 1 at 9 p.m. Eastern, Katie Daryl launches the first of eight new episodes of the popular countdown series The Top Ten Revealed with a look at rock’s greatest “Songs About Sex.” Other season two highlights include “Epic Songs Of ’73” and “One Hit Wonders,” with notable guests such as Dee Snider, Lita Ford, and Eddie Money, among others.

Also on July 1, at 9:30 p.m., Eddie Trunk kicks off the series premiere of TrunkFest with a trip to the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally, where he sits down with George Thorogood, and gets schooled in the ways of motorcycle stunts with Doug Danger.

Also starting July 1, the network puts the spotlight on eight unforgettable concert events every week at 10pE, opening with Ronnie Wood and the Rolling Stones’ historic 2016 performance in the premiere of Havana Moon: The Rolling Stones Live In Cuba. Other highlights include Paul McCartney – Rockshow (July 8); Guns N’ Roses Live From The O2 (July 22); Brian Setzer’s Rockabilly Riot Osaka Rocka! Live In Japan! (July 29); Twisted Sister – Bang Your Head Festival (Aug. 5); Meat Loaf – Guilty Pleasure Tour (Aug. 12); and Joe Bonamassa: Live From Albert Hall (Aug. 19).

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  1. Manxrob
    #1 Manxrob 14 June, 2018, 09:54

    Ian McLagan has been dead for 4 years, How is that possible? Or is this a very old show?

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  2. Mark
    #2 Mark 26 July, 2018, 11:22

    I was unaware that Ron’s shows were that old. They are terrific. I want to see them all! Well done Ronnie!

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  3. Arnie
    #3 Arnie 29 July, 2018, 21:00

    Do they make anymore Ronnie Wood shows? I have been watching them and am enjoying them.

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