We are very excited to announce, Norman B just completed part two of his exclusive interview with Ian McLagan, the legendary keyboard player, best known as a member of Small Faces and Faces. Mac shares intimate recollections of post World War Two London, going to art school and discovering the Blues then joining the quintessential Mod band and the crazy non-stop life of a pop star. He talks about the beginning and the end of Faces and gives us a peak into what it was like recording with The Rolling Stones plus the often unglamorous life of being on the road with the world’s greatest rock ‘n’ roll band. Ian McLagan gives his opinions on Punk, keyboard players he admires and his favorite keyboards. He recounts the ups and the downs, the truths and the untruths of rock ‘n’ roll and why his muse was so crucial in his life. McLagan discusses his latest album United States and his currant musical cohorts The Bump Band, based out of his adopted home of Austin, Texas. Edited selections of Norman B’s exclusive interview will air on upcoming editions of Life Elsewhere. The full unexpurgated interview will be available for download, only here at Lifeelsewhere.co. Details to follow shortly.