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Friars Watford

Thursday May 6th 1971

town hall, hempstead road, watford


The Faces
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related friars history (click on date)
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Philip Goodhand Tait Saturday April 17th 1971 Saturday October 30th 1971

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Friars Dunstable Wednesday October 30th 1972

Probable setlist:  Maybe I'm Amazed; Country Comfort; When Will I Be Loved; It's All Over Now; Plynth; Gasoline Alley; Maggie May; I'm Losing You; I Feel So Good; Real Good Time; Every Picture Tells a Story
band line up
The Faces
Rod Stewart (vocs)  Ronnie Wood (guitar) Kenney Jones (drums) Ronnie Lane (bass)  Ian McLagan (keys)
gig poster and flyer (click to enlarge flyer)






 Phillip Goodhand-Tait:

'The next time Dave booked me it was at Watford Town Hall with the Small Faces on 6th May, 1971. (My fee was still 10 for a 60 minute set!) Everything seemed to be going well on the night until there was a power cut! Sadly that ruined an otherwise good night"

press cuttings


The Faces The Faces went big and eventually the band went their separate ways. Jones ended up in the who, Wood in the Rolling Stones, and Ronnie Lane and Rod Stewart enjoyed solo careers. Stewart still plays the biggest arenas in 2015.

Ronnie Lane died in 1997.

The Faces reformed in 2009 with Jones, McLagan and Wood with Sex Pistols' Glen Matlock replacing Ronnie Lane and Mick Hucknall replacing Stewart. Ian McLagan died in 2014

phillip goodhand tait is still performing and making records in 2013
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