Rod Stewart is reuniting with his early-'70s band the Faces, featuring surviving members Ron Wood of the Rolling Stones and from Who drummer Kenny Jones. Jones revealed the group's plans, telling Bang Showbiz: “We've done about 14 songs, it's a mixture of stuff we never released which is worthy of releasing and there's some new stuff which is really wonderful. Rod is writing the lyrics and he's really keen on it.”
Sadly, keyboardist Ian McLagan died in 2014, with bassist Ronnie Lane passing in 1997 at age 51 after suffering from multiple sclerosis for over two decades.
Kenny Jones went on to say the trio is eying live dates in support of the new project: “Whether or not we're going to go on a big extended tour remains to be seen. What we have decided is to do some really big gigs like The O2, Maddison Square Garden, some other big venues in America.”