The legendary drummer from the Small Faces has written an autobiography called Let The Good Times Roll
about his experiences in those bands. Not only was he a member of the Small Faces, but he was also a founding member of the band to form from their demise, simply called The Faces. This band featured Rod Stewart and Ronnie Wood no less, but he also played with The Who
later on in his life. You can still feel those bands influences in the strangest places. Take our very own Gents of London Barbershop. From the artwork on the walls to the music on the stereo to the haircuts we produce, all in part inspired by that iconic British look
. Alongside his book, he’s also doing a short tour to promote this piece, which includes a stop off at The Islington June 11th, a stone’s throw from Gents of London Barbershop. We’ll be going, and if you’re interested, then you’ll find a link below for tickets.