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Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee Ian McLagan released his first studio album in five years, United States, on Tuesday.
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June 20, 2014 The British rocker's wife was a driving force through his time playing with The Faces, The Rolling Stones and others. Years after her death, he still finds her in his songs.
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July 6, 2007 Best known as the keyboardist for the British Invasion band The Small Faces (later known as The Faces), Ian McLagan has remained active as a session man and a no-nonsense rocker in the nearly three decades since setting out on his own.
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