Former FACES rocker Ronnie Wood is backing plans for the 1970s band to reunite.
The guitarist joined The Rolling Stones for a 1975 U.S. tour, and became a permanent member of that band when Ooh La La hitmakers the Faces split for good soon after.
But drummer Kenney Jones last year (07) hinted a reunion had "every chance of happening" and would include singer Rod Stewart and keyboard player Ian MCLagan.
And Wood, currently between Rolling Stones tours, is keen to take part.
He tells CMUMusic.com, "Yeah, I have heard rumours about us reuniting. There just aren't enough hours in the day are there? We'd love to do it if we could, yeah. It could happen."
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