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Faces with Rod Stewart performing at Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
It's been 19 years, but Rod Stewart and the rest of the original lineup of Faces have decided that the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony would be the "the perfect time and place" for a reunion.
Faces drummer Kenney Jones told Music Radar that the band decided to give it a go about a month ago, over dinner. He said that they have no plan to do any more releases or performances outside of the ceremony but -- as it goes -- you never know.
“We’ll just have to see how it goes. I’d like to think there’s more to come, although it depends how everyone’s individual schedules are shaping up. But we’re all really looking forward to getting up on stage again, it’s been far too long.”
Faces formed around 1969 -- with Stewart, Jones, Ian McLagan, Ronnie Lane and the Rolling Stones’ Ronnie Wood -- out of the ashes of the Small Faces. They broke up around 1975 when Stewart went solo. Faces reformed sans Stewart in 2010.
Meanwhile, Slash has confirmed (for the hundreth time): Guns N' Roses won't be reforming for the April 14 event.