Ronnie Wood, 74, and his wife Sally, 43, pose beside iconic Rolling Stones artwork as he turns out to open charity music studios
He shot into the spotlight with The Rolling Stones back in 1962.
And Ronnie Wood, 74, put his fame to good use once again as he turned out to open a charity music studios in London on Tuesday.
The superstar headed out with his wife Sally Wood, 43, for the launch of the new recording facilities at Community Links in Canning Town.
Charity work: Ronnie Wood, 74, put his long-term fame to good use as he opened new music studios at Community Links in Canning Town on Tuesday alongside wife Sally Wood, 43
The legendary musician looked handsome in a black blazer and lilac jumper combo.
He teamed his look with a red and black patterned shirt and a pair of smart-casual black skinny jeans.
He cut a casual figure in a pair of black Nike trainers at the charity event while he posed flashing a peace sign.
Wow! His gorgeous wife Sally looked chic in a denim dress which she paired with black opaque tights
His gorgeous wife Sally looked chic in a denim dress which she paired with black opaque tights.
Her dress boasted asymmetric ruffles, ruffle sleeves and a flattering tie-waist fastening.
The raven beauty looked radiant as she was pictured at the charity launch wearing minimal makeup, just adding a touch of pink lipstick.
Radiant: The raven beauty looked radiant as she was pictured at the charity launch wearing minimal makeup, just adding a touch of pink lipstick
Smart-casual: Ronnie teamed his classy look with a red and black patterned shirt and a pair of smart-casual black skinny jeans
Her luscious dark locks were styled in natural waves and she accessorised with a large silver and red heart pendant.
She strolled along arm-in-arm with her doting husband while she wore a pair of stylish roll-down black ankle boots.
The pair showed support for the social action charity, who’s goal is to be ‘a subsidiary record label for one of the UK’s leading music companies, recording, managing artists and being a learning provider.’
Smart: The legendary musician was pictured alongside his spouse looking handsome in a black blazer and lilac jumper combo
Famous face: Ronnie leant his star power to the event as he helped open the charity’s studio
Rhys Grant, a representative of the charity Community Links said of the initiative: ‘We’ve a long waiting list of young people wanting to connect with the studio. With accreditation we can provide social and employability skills, how to interview and stand out, alongside the technical skills.’
He believes that the new recording studio is a ‘fantastic opportunity’.
He added: ‘We can give people the chance of self-belief – their eyes light up when they come out of the recording booth and see their peers who’ve been listening smiling, to just an idea they had in their room alone. Nothing compares to this.’
‘Fantastic opportunity’: A representative of the charity believes the new recording studio will inspire more young people. Pictured left-to-right: Chanelle, Lilly, Ronnie, Sally, Edward and May