Art Wood

Born Jul 7, 1937

Arthur "Art" Wood was a British blues, pop and rock singer, who led The Artwoods in the 1960s and subsequently became a graphic artist. He was the brother of Ronnie Wood of The Rolling Stones.

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Learn about the memorable moments in the evolution of Art Wood.


1937 Birth Born in 1937, in West Drayton, Middlesex, he enrolled at Ealing School of Art in 1950. … Read More


1955 18 Years Old In 1955 he started two years of National Service; he was posted in Devizes, Wiltshire, where he formed a skiffle group.


1958 21 Years Old In 1958, after he had returned to London, he formed his own R&B group, the Art Wood Combo, playing versions of songs by Chuck Berry, Fats Domino and others.
1962 25 Years Old By 1962, he was one of several singers regularly featured with Alexis Korner's Blues Incorporated, which also included Charlie Watts and Cyril Davies. … Read More


1967 30 Years Old The Artwoods failed to make a major commercial breakthrough, and split up in 1967.
1969 32 Years Old In 1969 Wood formed the short-lived group Quiet Melon, with his brother Ronnie, Rod Stewart, Ronnie Lane, Kenny Jones, Ian McLagan and Kim Gardner. … Read More


2006 69 Years Old Died in 2006.
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