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The guitarist runs through a trio of numbers with the band, including a Beatles cover...

ROLLING STONES' legend RONNIE WOOD joined STEREOPHONICS onstage last night during their sold-out show at LONDON's EARL'S COURT (December 16).

The guitarist stepped out with Kelly Jones and co. to play 'Handbags And Gladrags', 'Step On My Old Size Nines' and a cover of The Beatles' 'Don't Let Me Down'.

As previously reported on NME.COM, ex-[a][/a] drummer Steve Gorman is currently filling the drumstool for the band, after original drummer Stuart Cable was sacked in September over 'commitment issues'.

Stereophonics are currently winding up their UK tour and will play Earl's Court again tonight (December 17) before finishing the jaunt at Cardiff's Millennium Stadium on Saturday (20).

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