Ronnie Lane (1 April 1946 - 4 June 1997),英国著名的歌手，Bass手，早年作为Small Faces (1965-69)和后来的Faces (1970-75)两个乐队的bass手，就已经小有名气了（本人长得也是一脸明星像），在73年离开Faces以后，组建了自己的新乐队Ronnie Lane's Slim Chance，并开始了名叫"the Passing Show"的巡演，后来也是频繁的与大牌合作，包括Pete Townshend，Eric Clapton等，80年代Ronnie Lane也热衷於社会公益事业，曾聚集Eric Clapton, Jimmy Page, Jeff Beck, Steve Winwood, Bill Wyman, Charlie Watts, Kenney Jones, Andy Fairweather-Low等众多明星在Albert Hall举办慈善演出，84年以后Ronnie Lane移居美国德克萨斯，组建了美国版的Slim Chance，但不久后染上肺炎，病情不断恶化，之间他的好友Jimmy Page和Rod Stewart不断的在慷慨的为他支付医疗费用，但是1997年，Ronnie Lane还是离开了我们。
Ronnie Lane (1 April 1946 - 4 June 1997) was an English singer, songwriter and bass player (nicknamed "Plonk") best known for his membership in two prominent English rock bands, Small Faces (1965-69) and Faces (1970-75).
He quit Faces in 1973 and formed his own band, Ronnie Lane's Slim Chance, in 1973 to record the hit single "How Come" (UK No. 11) and "The Poacher", then the album Anymore For Anymore, showcasing his own blend of British rock music, folk, and country music.
After initial success with the singles, he commenced a tour called "the Passing Show", touring the UK as a carnival, complete with tents, barkers, etc. Viv Stanshall, from the Bonzo Dog Doo Dah Band, was a short-lived ringmaster (of sorts).
Lane moved to Island Records and issued Ronnie Lane's Slim Chance and One For The Road. In late 1976, he joined a short-lived reformation of the Small Faces, but quit after two rehearsals, to be replaced by Rick Wills (who currently plays alongside the former Small Faces drummer, Kenney Jones, in the Jones Gang). However, since Lane had already signed a contract with Atlantic Records as part of the reformed Small Faces, Atlantic informed him that he owed them an album. Pete Townshend recorded an album with Lane, titled Rough Mix, which was released in 1977. Rough Mix was lauded as contender for best album of the year by many critics, but the label did not promote it, and sales were thereby lacklustre. Rough Mix not only left Lane out of debt to the label, but it cemented his credentials as a solid performer.
During the recording of Rough Mix, Lane was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis (his mother had also suffered, and died, from the disease). Nonetheless, he toured, wrote, and recorded (with Eric Clapton, among many others) and managed to release yet another album, See Me, which features several songs written by Lane and Clapton.
In 1983, his girlfriend, Boo Oldfield, contacted record producer Glyn Johns in the hopes of getting a concert going to help fund Action for Research into Multiple Sclerosis, a London-based organization. Johns was already arranging Clapton's Command Performance for Prince Charles, so they decided to book the Albert Hall for another couple of nights and hold a benefit. The resulting A.R.M.S. Concerts featured Eric Clapton, Jimmy Page, Jeff Beck, Steve Winwood, Bill Wyman, Charlie Watts, Kenney Jones, Andy Fairweather-Low, and more. With the addition of Joe Cocker and Paul Rodgers, they toured the U.S. It was during this time that Rodgers and Page started the band, The Firm.
01. One Step
02. Good Ol' Boys Boogie
03. Lad's Got Money
04. She's Leaving
06. Kuschty Rye
07. Don't Tell Me Now
08. You're So Right
09. Only You
10. Winning With Women
11. Way Up Yonder