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Faces

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Formed by ex-members of the Small Faces after singer Steve Marriott left to form Humble Pie, the Faces became one of the most popular bands of the early 1970s, building a big reputation as a good-time live act. They provided the important jumping board for Rod Stewart to launch his all-conquering solo career but, while Stewart was the undoubted star, the excellence of the other members - notably Ronnie Lane and Ronnie Wood - helped give them the enduring impact that encouraged them to revive the band in 2009 with ex-Simply Red singer Mick Hucknall in Stewart's place, and ex-Sex Pistols bass player Glen Matlock in the role of the late Ronnie Lane. The group enjoyed major hits with Stay With Me, Cindy Incidentally and Pool Hall Richard but, with Stewart dominating, Lane quit in 1973 to be replaced by Japanese bass player Tetsu Yamauchi. They continued until 1975 and had a further major hit with You Can Make Me Dance, Sing Or Anything but split after Wood drifted off to join the Rolling Stones. They reformed in 1986 to join Stewart at one of his Wembley shows, with Lane - by then stricken with multiple sclerosis - appearing with them in a wheelchair. A 4-disc box set Five Guys Walk Into A Bar revived interest in 2004 and in 2009 they reunited for a charity show, followed in 2010 by the news that they were planning a full comeback with Hucknall and Matlock joining them for a series of 2011 festivals.