Ronnie on a roll: Life is far more fun without the drink and drugs, says the legendary rocker even if it means not hanging out with Kate Moss anymore


Ronnie on a roll: Life is far more fun without the drink and drugs, says the legendary rocker even if it means not hanging out with Kate Moss anymore

Ronnie on a roll: Life is far more fun without the drink and drugs, says the legendary rocker even if it means not hanging out with Kate Moss anymore

2:17 AM on 9th July 2011

Rock rehab: Legendary musician Ronnie Wood has been sober for sixteen months and says he feels like a new man

Rock rehab: Legendary musician Ronnie Wood has been sober for sixteen months and says he feels like a new man

Faces: From left Ian McLagan, Ronnie and Rod Stewart on tour in the US in 1972

Faces: From left Ian McLagan, Ronnie and Rod Stewart on tour in the US in 1972

Fast-forward: Ronnie (center) pictured with the current members of Faces Ian McLagan (left) and Kenney Jones (right)

Fast-forward: Ronnie (center) pictured with the current members of Faces Ian McLagan (left) and Kenney Jones (right)

Hippy spirit: The band minus Mac - who took the photo - in 1970

Hippy spirit: The band minus Mac – who took the photo – in 1970

Ronnie in Detroit in 1972 Ronnie Wood

Rock supreme: Ronnie in Detroit in 1972 and three years later in Canada