We can now add Rolling Stones guitarist Ron Wood to the growing list of classic rockers who have accepted the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge.
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Rod Stewart says he can envision a time in the near future when he stops touring.
Rod Stewart is thinking about making a permanent move back to England.
We look at three British rock legends who became tax exiles in the '70s.
For a band that thrived onstage, and whose live performances are legendary, it's a shame that the only official concert document of the Faces is the less-than-stellar 'Live - Coast to Coast Overture and Beginners.' Released on Jan. 10, 1974, as the group was about ready to call it quits, the album captures the Faces in typically ramshackle form during a pair of California shows from late 1973.
The Faces ended their short life in December of 1975. Sprouted from the ashes of the Small Faces after Steve Marriott left the group to form Humble Pie, Ronnie Lane, Ian McLagan and Kenney Jones recruited Ron Wood and Rod Stewart (both recently exited from the Jeff Beck Group) to comprise a true powerho