Rock ’n’ roll has its great musicians and its great raconteurs, which are two separate categories – except for Ian McLagan, member of multiple musical halls of fame and also one of the rock era’s most fantastic characters and tale-tellers. Though he’s best-known for his time alongside Rod Stewart in Small Faces way back when, McLagan remains a peerless bar-band keyboardist and songsmith, leading the Texas-based Bump Band. And even as he’s pushing 70, McLaghan is still cranking out solid new albums, including this year’s “United States” (Yep Roc Records). He’ll be showing off songs old and new Sunday at Kings in Raleigh. Showtime is 8 p.m. and tickets are $16-$20. See kingsbarcade.com for details.