Stewart, currently on a solo tour, called in to (Radio.com station) WZLX’s Carter Alan earlier today (December 2) and talked about two potential reunions.
For years, surviving members of the Faces — guitarist Ron Wood, keyboardist Ian McLagan and drummer Kenney Jones — have been hoping for Rod Stewart to sign on for a reunion tour. In the meantime, they’ve done shows with Simply Red singer Mick Hucknall filling in for their iconic frontman. But in a new interview with Billboard, Stewart suggested doing a joint reunion tour where he and Wood would perform one set with the Faces, and another with the Jeff Beck Group.
Bad news for Faces fans: Rod Stewart has announced that he’s extended his residency at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas and will return with his hits-filled show for two more years beginning this fall.
Atlanta indie rock band Manchester Orchestra took part in the A.V. Club’s Undercover series, performing a hauntingly melodic cover of Faces’ “Ooh La La.”
“We wanted to do something last year, but because of Mick and Keith working out their differences (we had to wait). They might be doing something at the end of this year.” – Kenney Jones on scheduling a Faces tour around Ron Wood’s Rolling Stones schedule
Upon listening to “You Need Loving,” it’s immediately obvious that Led Zeppelin borrowed more than a little from The Small Faces. Zeppelin’s “Whole Lotta Love,” released three years later, sounds remarkably similar to “You Need Loving,” and Robert Plant’s delivery has a huge Steve Marriott influence.
The 2012 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony, held at Cleveland’s historic Public Hall, was packed with moving speeches and memorable performances. The show, however, was influenced as much by artists who were […]
Founding members of the Faces, guitarist Ronnie Wood and drummer Kenney Jones, will be in New York City next Wednesday (April 11) to celebrate the US retail debut of their deluxe coffee-table book titled “Faces: […]
When Rod Stewart was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as a solo artist in 1994 he was unable to make the event. An earthquake had just hit Los Angeles hard and […]
[lastfm]Ronnie Wood[/lastfm] doesn’t cut solo albums very often (his last was in 2001), which makes the Sept. 28 release of his brand-new collection I Feel Like Playing a noteworthy event. The Stones and Faces guitarist brought […]