The Faces’ first public performance with Rod Stewart in more than 20 years reunited the three survivors from the original lineup: Stewart, drummer Kenney Jones and guitarist Ronnie Wood. Bassist Ronnie Lane died in 1997, and keyboardist Ian McLagan died last December.

The event at Hurtwood Polo Club in Surrey, England was a benefit for Prostate Cancer U.K. Jones was diagnosed with the disease in 2013.

For their second performance of 2015,  the other was at Stewart’s 70th birthday party in January the Faces were joined by a bassist, keyboardist, horn section and background vocalists.

The seven-song set consisted of “I Feel So Good,” “You Can Make Me Dance,” “Ooh La La,” “I’d Rather Go Blind,” “(I Know) I’m Losing You,” “Stay With Me” and “Sweet Little Rock ‘n’ Roller.”

Each tweeted about it afterwards.

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