Ronnie Wood Has Teamed Up With Rod Stewart for New Faces Music
21 Jul 2021
In a recent interview with The Times, Ronnie Wood revealed that he's working on new Faces music alongside Rod Stewart and drummer Kenney Jones.
The interview, which was published this Saturday, saw Wood talk candidly about his experience beating cancer and what he learned through the process. "I'm making every day count. Not wasting a moment," he told The Times.
Alongside making new Faces music, Wood has also reunited with Mick Jagger on a 40th anniversary edition of the Rolling Stones' Tattoo You, which will include nine new tracks.
Though the band played a handful of small reunion shows between 2009 and 2011, Faces have not released music for almost fifty years, when they released their 1973 album Ooh La La.
The band first found success as Small Faces and later recruited Rod Stewart and Ronnie Wood from the Jeff Beck Group. Both went on to find further success, the former with continuing his decade-spanning solo career, and the latter as the guitarist in the Rolling Stones. Wood also went on to have a successful solo music career, as well as creating art that has gone on to be exhibited across the world.
Additionally, in 2018, Ronnie Wood's artwork was curated to create The Rolling Stones Set Lists
, where his quotes and painted set lists turn their tours into art. The limited edition book provides extended analysis from Ronnie and insights into the Rolling Stones' songs and tours.
Prior to this came Ronnie Wood's How Can It Be?
which follows Ronnie, aged seventeen, in his reprinted private diary. Inside, he shares stories about his time in the Birds, the Jeff Beck Group, the Faces and the Rolling Stones, and guides the reader through the book with an entertaining commentary. The collector edition, which is signed by Ronnie and a binding which replicates Wood's original diary down to its scuffs and scratches, is available now.