Image Courtesy of Mark BeaumontThis September 13 marks the 40th anniversary of the release of Ronnie Wood‘s debut solo album, I’ve Got My Own Album to Do, and the Rolling Stones guitarist is asking fans to help him celebrate the milestone by submitting questions about the record for a special online event. The 66-year-old rocker plans to post a video of himself answering the queries online on or around the anniversary date.

Questions can be submitted at Ronnie’s official Facebook page or by sending a tweet to his Twitter account using the hashtag #AskRonnie.

I’ve Got My Own Album to Do was recorded at Wood’s London home studio, The Wick, not long before he joined The Rolling Stones. The album features an impressive lineup of guest musicians that includes George Harrison; David Bowie; The Stones’ Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and Mick Taylor; and Ronnie’s then-Faces band mates Rod Stewart, Kenney Jones and Ian McLagan. Harrison co-wrote a tune called “Far East Man” with Wood, while Jagger and Richards contributed two songs that they wrote together — “Act Together” and “Sure the One You Need.”

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