Washington (ANI): Weeks after confirming plans to reunite their group 'The Faces', Ronnie Wood and Rod Stewart have finally recorded their first album together in 30 years. The reformed band have already recorded highly anticipated new material after an inspirational trip in Costa Rica, Bermuda, and Miami, Florida.
And now, the legendary duo is planning for a tour next summer, and that too with original members Kenney Jones, Ian MCLagan. According to The Sun, the group will also take along a guest bass player to replace the late Ronnie Lane.
'The Faces' split in 1975 after Wood began working with the Rolling Stones, which brought differences between Stewart and the others to a head, reports Contactmusic.