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article imageMick Hucknall to front reunited Faces for Goodwood concert

By Jane Fazackarley     May 26, 2010 in Entertainment
Mick Hucknall, who became famous for being the lead singer of Simply Red, will front The Faces, the band Rod Stewart started out with. There had been ongoing rumors the band were to reunite and this has now been confirmed.
According to The Faces official website, the band is scheduled to perform on Friday Aug. 13 at the first Vintage at Goodwood Festival.
The band will consist of some of the original line up, Ronnie Woods, Ian McLagan and Kenney Jones. They will be joined by Glen Matlock who used to be in the Sex Pistols and Mick Hucknall will provide the vocals.
Speaking of the plans to reform, Ronnie Woods said in a statement on the website:
“We got together to receive a PRS Lifetime Achievement award last year and very simply the magic was still there. Playing with the boys again just felt right so we thought well why not? It’s exciting to be on this path again and I hope that the Faces fans are excited as we are – I’m just really looking forward to seeing them this summer – bring it on!”
Tickets have become available and start at £55. The band will be appearing on the the first day of the three-day festival.
The Vintage at Goodwood festival is slated to be a celebration of the United Kingdom's culture and will span the decades between the 40's through to the 70's.
Vintage at Goodwood is the idea of designers Gerardine Hemingway MBE, Wayne Hemingway MBE and Lord March, the man behind the Goodwood Festival of Speed and Goodwood Revival.
Simply Red will perform their last concert in December this year. It will be held at the O2 arena in London.
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