Kenny Jones -- the famed drummer of the Small Faces, the Faces and one-time replacement for the Who's Keith Moon -- turns 64 on Sept. 16.

Jones began his illustrious career as one of the founding members of the Small Faces back in 1965, and stayed with them through the 1969 lineup change that turned them into the Faces. Four years after they split up, Jones' career got a big boost in 1979 when he was invited by Pete Townshend to join the Who after the death of their original drummer.

Despite reported tensions, he stayed on for two albums ('Face Dances' and 'It's Hard') and through the group's 1982 "farewell" tour. 

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