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Topic - Ian Mclagan
The speeches are written. The guitars are tuned. The amplifiers are plugged in.
On the eve of their induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, guitarist Ronnie Wood and other members of British bands The Small Faces and The Faces donated materials to the hall's new library and archives.
With his guitar, Ronnie Wood made rock and roll history. On Friday, he helped make sure it's preserved.
Ian McLagan of the Faces said when asked about Rose's slight.
"When I came here before, I saw a Muddy Waters room and got to see one of his jackets and his guitar, posters and photographs," he said.