Where Stewart’s performances are all about his persona, Winwood seems more comfortable behind his keyboards or guitar.
Stewart, currently on a solo tour, called in to (Radio.com station) WZLX’s Carter Alan earlier today (December 2) and talked about two potential reunions.
For years, surviving members of the Faces — guitarist Ron Wood, keyboardist Ian McLagan and drummer Kenney Jones — have been hoping for Rod Stewart to sign on for a reunion tour. In the meantime, they’ve done shows with Simply Red singer Mick Hucknall filling in for their iconic frontman. But in a new interview with Billboard, Stewart suggested doing a joint reunion tour where he and Wood would perform one set with the Faces, and another with the Jeff Beck Group.
Bad news for Faces fans: Rod Stewart has announced that he’s extended his residency at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas and will return with his hits-filled show for two more years beginning this fall.
When Stewart began writing his autobiography Rod several years ago, something clicked and a previously void well of creativity became a source of inspiration once again.
Rod Stewart thought he would never write another song again. But one day last year, the floodgates opened. Before Stewart knew it he had enough material for his first full album of originals in over 20 years.
Thursday night (April 25), Rod Stewart took the stage at L.A.’s intimate Troubadour club in West Hollywood in front of 300 very lucky hand-selected fans.
On Rod Stewart’s new song “She Makes Me Happy” he wears his heart on his sleeve letting everyone know he’s found the perfect woman.
While Rod Stewart’s last seven albums have been tributes to some of the best music ever released, including five volumes dedicated to the American Songbook, his latest proves he’s not too old to rock.
Rod Stewart announced back in December that he and Steve Winwood would be heading out on the Live The Life Tour this spring. The tour has now been pushed back to a fall start, in October.