The Faces Faces: You Can Make Me Dance, Sing Or Anything (1970-1975) (Rhino box set) There, it’s been said. The Faces were never as good as we all thought they were. Live, they were sensational, and all the old clichés …
Bruce Rowland, who passed away last week, was one of the last great early seventies session men, the propulsion behind a stream of classic hits – and classic festivals, too; as a member of Joe Cocker’s Grease Band, that’s him …
Kenney Jones, Ian McLagan and Ron Wood reflect on life within Small Faces and Faces: two distinct British bands from two different eras with one shared rock and roll history.
Whether you liked them better Mod or with Rod, both incarnations of The Small Faces/The Faces have gotten their Rock Hall due as British Invasion visionaries.
Emerging and established acts (among them Matt Nathanson) once again leave their mark on Austin, Texas, during the South by Southwest music conference and festival
BBC 6 Music broadcast an interesting and comprehensive two-part documentary this past Thursday and Friday that concerned the legendary London Mod band The Small Faces.
Last Wednesday, August 11th, one of the most heralded British rock bands of the 1970s returned to the concert stage at the British Music Experience at The O2 in North Greenwich, London. And from all reports, The Faces put on a great performance.