Rod Stewart

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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.”


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Rod Stewart Announces New Album ‘Another Country,’ Debuts ‘Love Is’: Watch

Rod would also like to remind you that those vocals on that new A$AP Rocky single are his from 1968.


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A$AP Rocky Isn’t Actually Making a Mixtape with Rod Stewart

It was too good to be true—ASAP Rocky’s collaborative album with Rod Stewart, Born To Be Pretty, isn’t happening.


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Rod Stewart Announces New Album ‘Another Country’ for October

His first album since 2013’s ‘Time.’


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This Week In History: The Beatles, Rod Stewart & Paula Abdul

This week, Big Jay highlights The Beatles’ “Magical Mystery Tour,” Rod Stewart’s “Do You Think I’m Sexy?,” and Paula Abdul’s “Straight Up.”


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Rod Stewart Responds to Soccer Ball Lawsuit: ‘It’s a Contact Sport’

“Rod the Mod” was in particularly cheeky form when asked about the incident that allegedly left a fan with a broken nose.


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Rod Stewart Sued for Kicking Soccer Ball at Fan

Kashe is after more than a free buffet dinner and an upgrade to a suite – he is suing both Stewart and promoter AEG Live.


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Rod Stewart and Carlos Santana to Kick Off Co-Headlining Tour

Their 18-date North American trek will kick off on May 23 in Albany, New York, making stops along the way in St. Louis, Washington, DC and Louisville, KY.


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Live Covers of Springsteen, Hendrix, the Beatles Highlight Rod Stewart Box Set

The collection will also features live takes on many of his most loved songs. Bonus: no “standards!”


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Live: Rod Stewart Brings Vegas to Madison Square Garden

Where Stewart’s performances are all about his persona, Winwood seems more comfortable behind his keyboards or guitar.