Small Faces: Founded in 1965 by Steve Marriott, Ronnie Lane, Kenney Jones, and Jimmy Winston  -  although by 1966, Winston was replaced by Ian McLagan as the band's keyboardist.

Small Faces: Founded in 1965 by Steve Marriott, Ronnie Lane, Kenney Jones, and Jimmy Winston - although by 1966, Winston was replaced by Ian McLagan as the band's keyboardist.

Ronnie Lane  (1 April 1946, Plaistow, London, England - 4 June 1997, Trinidad, CO, USA) was an English bassist, musician, songwriter and producer. He is best known as a member of two prominent English rock bands: The Small Faces (1965–69) and Faces. Ronnie Lane collaborated with other musicians, leading his own bands and pursued a solo career. He released 4 solo albums: Anymore For Anymore (1974), Ronnie Lane's Slim Chance (1974), One For The Road (1976) and See Me (1979).

Ronnie Lane (1 April 1946, Plaistow, London, England - 4 June 1997, Trinidad, CO, USA) was an English bassist, musician, songwriter and producer. He is best known as a member of two prominent English rock bands: The Small Faces (1965–69) and Faces. Ronnie Lane collaborated with other musicians, leading his own bands and pursued a solo career. He released 4 solo albums: Anymore For Anymore (1974), Ronnie Lane's Slim Chance (1974), One For The Road (1976) and See Me (1979).

Faces, featuring Rod Stewart, Ron Wood, Kenny Jones who later joins The Who, Ian McLagan, Ronnie Lane

Faces, featuring Rod Stewart, Ron Wood, Kenny Jones who later joins The Who, Ian McLagan, Ronnie Lane

Faces - Ooh La La (CD), Pop Music

Faces - Ooh La La (CD), Pop Music

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All Or Nothing: Small Faces musical's 3rd tour as ticket sales top £1 million https://tmbw.news/all-or-nothing-small-faces-musicals-3rd-tour-as-ticket-sales-top-1-million  ALL OR NOTHING, the Small Faces musical sensation, will tour the UK from September 2017 on its third major outing. The show, which opened to critical acclaim and nightly standing ovations at the Vaults Theatre in London in March 2016 before heading out on the first of two UK tours, announced this week that total ticket…

All Or Nothing: Small Faces musical's 3rd tour as ticket sales top £1 million https://tmbw.news/all-or-nothing-small-faces-musicals-3rd-tour-as-ticket-sales-top-1-million ALL OR NOTHING, the Small Faces musical sensation, will tour the UK from September 2017 on its third major outing. The show, which opened to critical acclaim and nightly standing ovations at the Vaults Theatre in London in March 2016 before heading out on the first of two UK tours, announced this week that total ticket…

Ronnie Corbett & Ronnie Barker loved them ...just Read Robbie Corbett's Autobiography of the Two Ronnies "And it's goodnight from him" loved it brought back great memories of there shows

Ronnie Corbett & Ronnie Barker loved them ...just Read Robbie Corbett's Autobiography of the Two Ronnies "And it's goodnight from him" loved it brought back great memories of there shows

Ronnie Lane (1 April 1946, Plaistow, London, England - 4 June 1997, Trinidad, CO, USA) was an English bassist, musician, songwriter and producer. He is best known as a member of two prominent English rock bands: The Small Faces (1965–69) and Faces. Ronnie Lane collaborated with other musicians, leading his own bands and pursued a solo career. He released 4 solo albums: Anymore For Anymore (1974), Ronnie Lane's Slim Chance (1974), One For The Road (1976) and See Me (1979).

Ronnie Lane (1 April 1946, Plaistow, London, England - 4 June 1997, Trinidad, CO, USA) was an English bassist, musician, songwriter and producer. He is best known as a member of two prominent English rock bands: The Small Faces (1965–69) and Faces. Ronnie Lane collaborated with other musicians, leading his own bands and pursued a solo career. He released 4 solo albums: Anymore For Anymore (1974), Ronnie Lane's Slim Chance (1974), One For The Road (1976) and See Me (1979).

Ronnie Lane aka 'Plonk' saw this lovely man before he passed away at a Rod Stewart gig, although very ill & in a wheelchair Rod got him to sing. x

Ronnie Lane aka 'Plonk' saw this lovely man before he passed away at a Rod Stewart gig, although very ill & in a wheelchair Rod got him to sing. x

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