The Faces' debut, 'First Step,' came out of the ashes of the Small Faces in March 1970.
If the long-discussed Faces reunion doesn't happen in 2015, it won't be due to a lack of passion on drummer Kenney Jones' part.
The long-awaited Faces reunion may be taking another step closer to happening.
Rod Stewart celebrated his 70th birthday over the weekend at his home, and his former Faces bandmates Ronnie Wood and Kenney Jones were there.
Rod Stewart and Faces released their last album, 'Live - Coast to Coast Overture and Beginners,' on Jan. 10, 1974.
The Faces ended their short life in December of 1975.
Rod Stewart has offered a public tribute to his former Faces bandmate Ian McLagan, who passed away Dec. 3.
The late Ian McLagan's contributions to the Small Faces and the Faces truly helped shape the sound of those legendary bands, and his years of incredible session work with everyone from the Rolling Stones to Bob Dylan made him one of the most in-demand session players in the world.
We look at the bands Ron Wood was in before the Faces and the Rolling Stones.
By the beginning of 1969, Steve Marriott was really growing tired of what he saw as the limitations of the Small Faces. Despite expanding their sound on the classic 'Ogden's Nut Gone Flake' album the previous year, Marriott's heart just wasn't in it as the new year was getting underway. "I've changed in myself and the group has changed as things have happened to us," Marriott told an interviewer in September of 1968. His participation would come to an end by March of 1969.