Faces to play UK festival with Mick Hucknall on vocals

Rod Stewart not part of the set-up for August event

Faces to play UK festival with Mick Hucknall on vocals
The Faces are set to play the Vintage At Goodwood festival in August with Simply Red's Mick Hucknell on vocal duties.

Original frontman Rod Stewart is not part of the set-up for the show, set to take place on August 13-15 at Sussex's Goodwood Estate. Sex Pistols bassist Glen Matlock, playing in the place of the band's late bassist Ronnie Lane, will join original members Ronnie Wood, Kenney Jones and Ian McLagan.

The band reunited last October to play London's Royal Albert Hall – their first gig since 1975. Wood said that because that gig went well, they were happy to take another booking for this summer.

"We got together to receive a PRS Lifetime Achievement award last year and very simply the magic was still there," he said. "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!"

Drummer Jones added: "Expect the classics and also some incredible guests when we get back on the road, it's going to be lots of fun."

The Vintage At Goodwood band line-up is:

Sandie Shaw Reclaims The Song
James Langton’s Solid Senders
Kitten Von Mew
Mike Sanchez And Band
PE Caspar
Wanda Jackson
The Long Tall Texans
Black Elvis
The Dirty Robbers
Mike Flowers Pops
The Swingle Singers
Leisure Society
Lorraine Bowen
Russ Garcia's Fantastica
The Clangers
The Karminsky Experience
The Martini Kings
The Wailers
The Beat
Jah Thomas – King Tubby Dub Plates
Earl Gateshead (Trojan Sound System)
Pama International
U Brown – Scientist Dub Plates
Mistah Brown (Tighten Up)
Earth Wind And Fire featuring Al Mckay
The Noisettes
Martha And The Vandellas
Roy Wood’s Rock 'n' Roll Orchestra
Alvin Stardust
The John Miller Orchestra
Kitten Von Mew
Laura B And The Moonlighters
Pete Long’s Gillespiana
The Blowpipes
Viv The Spiv
The Rezillos
The Polecats
The Highliners
The Caezars
Slim Slip And The Sliders
The New Forbidden
Tony Hatch
The Swingle Singers
Swing Out Sister
John Shuttleworth
Psychedelic Beatles’ Singalong
The Karminsky Experience
Jonny Trunk
Mr Benn
The King Of Latin Soul Joe Bataan
Cymande II
The Noel McKoy Band
Ann Sexton
The Filthy Six
Heaven 17
Kid Creole And The Coconuts
Ray Gelato
Corinne Drewery (Swing Out Sister)
Simon Donald
Gwendoline Lamour
The Swing Commanders
Kate Garner
The Floor Technicians
The Beaux Belles
Tap Classes
The Damned
Keb Darge 50s set
The Lonnie Donegan Band with Pete Donegan
Jessie And The Orbits
The Puppini Sisters
People Like Us
The Pretty Things with Arthur Brown performing ‘SF Sorrow’
Frank Sidebottom
Thunderbirds Are Go
The Karminsky Experience
Jonny Trunk
Ken Nordine’s ‘Colors’
LeRoy Hutson
Craig Charles Funk And Soul Show
Geno Washington And The Ram Jam Band
The Third Degree
The Pickle

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