English rockers Face are reportedly recording new music, which disbanded more than four decades ago.
talking to many times, and reported by music news, guitarist Ronnie Wood said he recently met with Rod Stewart and Kenny Jones, in addition to meeting with Mick Jagger for a different project.
“I saw Mickey [Jagger] here last week and Rod [Stewart] and kenny [Jones] Were here yesterday,” Wood said many times.
“Me and Mick have done nine new tracks” [40th anniversary] ‘Tattoo You’ re-release
“And me, Rod and Kenny are recording some newcomers music.
“I’ve taken a front-row seat on some amazing rock’n’roll projects over the past few weeks.”
Faces, which were formed from the ashes of Little Faces in 1969, formally disbanded in 1975 after Stewart left the group. Around the same time, Wood began playing with the Rolling Stones. Fes recorded four studio albums in his time, most recently ‘Ooh La La’ in 1973.
The band’s final reunion performance was at the 2020 BRIT Awards, where Stewart, Wood and Jones concluded the ceremony with a live rendition of ‘Stay With Me’.
Face’s founding keyboardist Ian McLagan died of a stroke in 2014, and bassist Ronnie Lane passed the award on in 1997, more than a decade ago.
“Ian McLagan embodied the true emotion of faces. Last night I was at a charity do, Mick Hucknall was singing ‘I’d Rather Go Blind,’ and Ron Wood wrote that Ian passed. As if his The spirit was in the room. I will miss you friend,” Stewart said in a statement at the time.