Ronnie Wood Shares Sweet Backstage Photo with 'Friend' Mick Fleetwood at Rolling Stones Show

The Rolling Stones are currently on their 'Hackney Diamonds' tour, in support of their latest studio album

<p>Ronnie Wood/Instagram</p> Ronnie Wood and Mick Fleetwood

Ronnie Wood/Instagram

Ronnie Wood and Mick Fleetwood

Mick Fleetwood got the backstage treatment from Ronnie Wood.

On Wednesday, May 8, the Rolling Stones guitarist shared a smiling photo with the Fleetwood Mac member backstage at a Rolling Stones show in Glendale, Calif.

"🙏❤️😎🎸🥁And so great to see my friend @mickfleetwoodofficial and his family before the show! #StonesGlendale 💥💎," Wood, 76, wrote on Instagram.

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The Rolling Stones kicked off their Hackney Diamonds tour on April 28 in Houston at the sold-out NRG Stadium.

“It’s great to be back in the Lone Star State,” bandleader Mick Jagger told the crowd, per the Associated Press.

Throughout their two-hour set, the band plays hits like "Start Me Up," "Paint It Black" and "Out of Time."

Throughout this run, they'll play a string of shows in major cities like Las Vegas, Atlanta, Philadelphia and Chicago.

Hackney Diamonds marks the band's first album since 2005's A Bigger Bang and their first release without drummer Charlie Watts who died in August 2021 at the age of 80.

Meanwhile, Fleetwood, 76, has remained relatively out of the spotlight in recent years and shares his personal experiences with the Mick Fleetwood Foundation — which promotes music education — on social media.

<p>Lester Cohen/Getty</p> Mick Fleetwood in Los Angeles in February 2023

Lester Cohen/Getty

Mick Fleetwood in Los Angeles in February 2023

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In November 2022, Fleetwood Mac member Christine McVie died after a brief illness at age 79. After the news broke, Fleetwood shared a statement and referenced "Songbird," which McVie wrote for Fleetwood Mac's 1977 album Rumors.

"This is a day where my dear sweet friend Christine McVie has taken to flight.. and left us earthbound folks to listen with bated breath to the sounds of that 'Song Bird'... reminding one and all that love is all around us to reach for and touch in this previous life that is gifted to us," he wrote. "Part of my heart has flown away today.. I will miss everything about you Christine McVie."

"Memories abound... they fly to me," he concluded.

Later that month, he honored her life with a performance at the Grammy Awards alongside Bonnie Raitt and Sheryl Crow.

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