Max Décharné

A trip down Ronnie Lane: from child busker to international star

The founding member of the Small Faces was playing an instrument from the age of six, but was forever haunted by the fear of MS, the inherited disease which eventually killed him

Ronnie Lane, left, and Steve Marriott on the cover of the August 1966 issue of Rave, much prized by collectors. [Alamy]

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