Maybe not-his autobiography is worth a read though. There's a bit in it where he says he was on his knees in his kitchen, drugged and boozed out in a haze, his women had walked out on him, his career all but over, near dying but contemplating suicide anyway and he said for the first time in his life he just prayed and he had a sort of epiphany moment; from that point on he gave up all the drugs and booze and got his life back. he now does a lot of work for people who are in similar circumstances, a real turnaround. One of the greatest guitar players of all time. I knew a bailiff once where he used to fish on the Itchen, said he was an avid angler and a really nice bloke. A thousand quid beat but he famously only ever paid himself £50 a week despite his wealth; he did not want to lose his working class roots.