Rod Stewart Knighted at Buckingham PalaceIn a statement, he promised to "wear it well."
This Week In History: The Monkees, ABBA, Bowie & Jagger, Sir Elton, and Rod Stewart in VegasFrom The Monkees' job application to Rod Stewart's Vegas debt... get ready for another wild week!
Memphis Horns Trumpet Player Wayne Jackson Dies at 74Sad news, trumpet player Wayne Jackson of the Memphis Horns passed away yesterday in Memphis at the age of 74 after suffering congestive heart failure, according to the Associated Press.
This Week In History: Neil Sedaka, Foreigner, 'The Three Musketeers', + Wardrobe Malfunctions'Brooklyn's Own' Joe Causi has been around a few blocks, quite a few times -- so when he's got some music history for you, you'd better take heed. Here are some of the more noteworthy events that took place this week in the 60s, '70s, '80s, '90s and 2000's!
This Week In History: The Beatles, Rod Stewart, and Lionel RichieThis week, Big Jay highlights The Beatles' "I Feel Fine", Rod Stewart's "Tonight's the Night (Gonna Be Alright)" and Lionel Richie's "Say You, Say Me."
This Week In History: The 5th Dimension, Rod Stewart, and Wham!This week, Big Jay highlights The 5th Dimension's "Wedding Bell Blues," Rod Stewart's "Tonight's the Night," and Wham!'s "Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go."
Alleged Drunk Driver Destroys Rod Stewart's MailboxSome guys have all the luck, but that's not the case for an alleged drunk driver who destroyed Rod Stewart's mailbox during a traffic stop.
This Week In History: Rod Stewart, Cher and Color Me BaddThis week, Big Jay highlights Rod Stewart's dual side #1 singles "Maggie May" and "Reason To Believe," Cher's "If I Could Turn Back Time," and '90s boy band Color Me Badd's "I Adore Mi Amor."
Reunion Gives Glimpse of What a Faces Reunion Might Look LikeThe band played seven songs that left the audience, and fans worldwide, wanting more.
The Faces Reunite To Perform at Prostate Cancer Benefit Show in UK“We’ve only had a few hours rehearsal so there’s bound to be a few cock-ups,” Stewart said shortly after taking the stage. “Just like the old days,” Ronnie added.
Rod Stewart Sings His Greatest Hits In a Car with James Corden on the 'Late Late Show'In addition to karaoke, Stewart describes his antics with his Faces bandmates. "Just drinkin' and shaggin' and a drinkin' and a shaggin.' That's what we did. And smashing up hotel rooms."
Rod Stewart Announces New Album 'Another Country,' Debuts 'Love Is': WatchRod would also like to remind you that those vocals on that new A$AP Rocky single are his from 1968.