Ronnie Wood's Smile: and where it led

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AuthorHouse, Jan 26, 2005 - Biography & Autobiography - 356 pages
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While countless pages have been written about the Rolling Stones and its members, little attention has been given to the motivations and machinations of the fan base that makes this band the top grossing act in musical history.  Author Wendy Mullen describes her descent from regular fan to near stalker as her interest in guitarist Ronnie Wood is propelled almost to obsession by the rise of the internet and a few interactions with Ronnie on stage. You needn’t be a Stones fan to be amused by the array of comical characters and adventures that ensue; resist though you may, this funny, self-effacing tale will suck you into caring about her pursuit as much as the author does and will reveal your own fascinations and obsessions.

 

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Contents

Seattle
1
A Website Is Born
23
Portland the TShirt
47
Anaheim
63
San Jose Pt 1
79
San Jose Pt 2
101
SlideOnRon
121
Dublin
141
The Orpheum
227
TheAragon
251
TheWiltern
283
San Francisco
295
The Rolling Stones Shebeen
311
Epilogue
327
Quoted Songs
333
Photography Credits
339

Shepherds Bush
163
TheC C Club
181
The Great Ticket Chase
207

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