Stewart joined Ron Wood and Kenney Jones for a Prostate Cancer UK gig
Rod Stewart played with Ron Wood and Kenney Jones as the Faces for a Prostate Cancer UK gig.
The band played a seven-song set, including “I Feel So Good”, “You Can Make Me Dance”, “Ooh La La“, “I’d Rather Go Blind”, “(I Know) I’m Losing You”, “Stay With Me” and “Sweet Little Rock ‘n’ Roller”.
The show took place at the Hurtwood Park Polo Club, which is owned by Jones.
Nine additional musicians performed with horns and backing vocals in the absence of Ronnie Lane and Ian McLagan.
The Faces split up in 1975, and Stewart has not appeared with the band since a one-off gig at the 1993 Brit Awards; Stewart, Wood and Jones briefly reunited for a private, one-off event at Stewart’s 70th birthday party earlier this year.
A version of the Faces did tour in 2011, with Mick Hucknall filling in for Stewart and Glen Matlock for Laine.
Uncut has recently been hosting a number of track premiers from the forthcoming Faces’ box set, 1970 – 1975: You Can Make Me Dance, Sing Or Anything.
<a href=”“>Click here to hear “Whole Lotta Woman (Outake)” which is a bonus track on the Long Player album.
Click here to hear an unreleased version of “Jealous Guy” recorded live at the Reading Festival in August 1973.
Unfortunately, these tracks are not available to hear outside the UK.
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