Ronnie Wood And Rod Stewart Pay Tribute To Ian McLagan | Music News
Ian McLagan who is famous for being in the 60s classic rock band The Small Faces, recently passed away. Mclagan joined The Small Faces in 1965, and the group produced some magical hits such as “Itchycoo Park”, which peaked at eleventh place in the UK charts. Ronnie and Rod joined in the late 60s, and the band became known as The Faces, McLagan stayed in the band and they continued to be one of the most popular groups in British rock.
Rod Stewart published a tribute stating: “I’m absolutely devastated. Ian McLagan embodied the true spirit of the Faces. Last night I was at a charity do, Mick Hucknall was singing ‘I’d Rather Go Blind’, and Ron Wood texted to say Ian had passed. It was as if his spirit was in the room. I’ll miss you mate”. Rolling Stone Ronnie Wood tweeted a statement in memory of Ian, fondly known as ‘Mac’, while Billy Bragg among others also expressed their sorrow at the loss of McLagan.
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