A half dozen or more times in the last three years, stories emerged that the Faces were going to get back together for at least one gig. It appears that will finally happen in September. Rod Stewart's camp is reportedly confirming that he will perform with Ronnie Wood and Kenny Jones at a benefit to raise money to fight prostate cancer. Sadly, the reunion comes too late for keyboard player Ian McLagan. Mac, who passed away last December, had worked the hardest to try to get the group together on the same stage. Stewart's schedule or health were cited as reasons previous attempts at a reunion never came off. Jones, who went on to replace Keith Moon in the Who after the Faces had disbanded, said his years with Stewart, McLagan and the late Ronnie Lane in the Faces were '...some of the best of my life' in expressing how much he is looking forward to the occasion, which Stewart referred to as 'a jam'.
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