Guitarist Ron Wood of the Rolling Stones has been painting for years and is now selling one of his paintings to support the work of the medical workers on the frontlines that has  ‘a big thank you NHS’ scrawled across it.

On Instagram, the musician wrote: ‘Only a few hours left to bid for my ‘THANK YOU NHS’ painting (ends tomorrow Wednesday 12pm UK). ~ link in my biog. Thank you all.’

The 72-year old painter is famous for the portraits of his bandmates, including Mick Jagger and Keith Richards.

Meanwhile, the band has been busy putting together a new song and video called ‘Living In A Ghost Town’, their first single in 8 years. A song for these times.

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