Leah Wood

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Leah and Ron Wood in Sydney, 2011

Leah Wood (born 22 September 1978) is an American born British singer, who is the daughter of Rolling Stones band member Ronnie Wood and his wife Jo Wood. She was educated at Hazelhurst School, Wimbledon and attended Hurtwood House near Dorking, Surrey and Ibstock Place School in Roehampton, south-west London.

Wood and her band have supported David Bowie on tour. She has backed the Global Cool climate change campaign. She's the leading lady of the music video of Bop Bop Baby by record-breaking pop band Westlife.

She married Jack Macdonald at Southwark Cathedral in London on 21 June 2008.[1]

Wood gave birth to a daughter, Ruby Dylan laura , on 28 May 2009.[2] and son Otis Sonny David in June 2013.[3]

Singles

  • 2005 "Contact High" (as Leah)
  • 2006 "Orbit"
  • "Good Thing"

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