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Kenney Jones

Kenney Jones shot to fame at age sixteen as the drummer for Small Faces, later reorganized as Faces. He joined The Who after the death of Keith Moon. Currently a member of The Jones Gang, he has also appeared on albums by The Rolling Stones, Chuck Berry, Art Garfunkel, and many more. Let the Good Times Roll: My Life in Small Faces, Faces, and The Who is Kenney’s autobiography.
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