A Breath of Fresh Air Sept 13

Written by on 09/13/2022

A Breath of Fresh Air With Sandy Kaye
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KENNEY JONES has spent the best part of four decades at the heart of the rock music industry.
As drummer with the Small Faces, Faces and The Who, he has been involved in three of the biggest bands the business has ever known.
From the moment he started drumming in the front room of his parents home, Kenney became hooked on music.He shot to fame with the Small Faces in 1965 and had his first hit single when he was just 17. The band were at the heart of the Mod revolution that swept Britain and in the years that have followed they have been cited as a major influence on all sorts of musicians over the past 50 years.

When the Small Faces eventually disbanded Jones was instrumental in forming The Faces featuring Rod Stewart as lead singer.

The Faces took the rock world by storm and by the time they split, Kenney went on to replace Keith Moon in The Who.

Meet Kenney Jones this week and enjoy his humorous story telling. He has incredible tales to tell.

And did I mention the music?

LONDON – 1st JANUARY: English group Faces posed backstage at BBC TV’s Top Of The Pops show in 1971. Left to right: Ronnie Lane (1946-1997), Ian McLagan, Rod Stewart, Ronnie Wood and Kenney Jones. (Photo by Ron Howard/Redferns)

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