The Faces Spurn Rod Stewart's Reunion Plan

(Classic Rock) The Faces keyboardist Ian McLagan says the band aren't interested in working with Rod Stewart in 2015, despite the frontman saying he's finally ready to stage a reunion.

A gathering of the original line-up has been discussed for several years, but after plans kept being put on hold they went out with SImply Red frontman Mick Hucknall in Stewart's place during 2010 and 2011, following a 2009 charity show at which Stewart failed to appear.

Last week the original vocalist said he was finally ready to commit but McLagan insists he and drummer Kenney Jones want to spend 2015 focusing on the anniversary of earlier outfit the Small Faces, which didn't include Stewart.

"It's interesting that Rod announced these things without talking to me or Kenney. Why would we f**k around with the Faces when we've got bigger fish to fry?," The keyboardist tells Uncut. "We've done the Faces and he didn't turn up." more on this story

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