Rod Stewart Schedule
Whether you decide to catch him at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas or Madison
Square Garden in New York, timeless rocker Rod Stewart promises to deliver a performance you'll be talking about well after
Hear Rod Stewart's signature raspy voice up close and personal as he belts out tunes you have known your
whole life – Stay With Me, Forever Young, Maggie May, Do Ya Think I'm Sexy and more!
So make tonight the night
that you go see Rod Stewart in concert! There's plenty of venues to choose from for the remainder of the year, including the
TD Garden in Boston, the Prudential Center in Newark, Madison Square Garden in New York, the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia,
the Air Canada Centre in Toronto, and more! Buy your concert ticketsnow, before they're all sold out.
And if you can't
make it to these shows, be sure to sign up for event updates through StubHub so you're automatically alerted to concerts headed
for your neck of the woods!
Rod Stewart Trivia
He was inducted into the Rock n' Roll Hall of Fame in 1994;
he worked as a gravedigger before he became famous; he has seven children; he was bestowed with the prominent Commander of
The British Empire; he has earned an estimated 250 million album and single sales; he is a two-time Rock and Roll Hall of
Fame inductee; he has claimed 18 Grammy nominations; and he has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
Of course, we're
talking about the one, the only, Rod Stewart.
If you're already a fan of Rod Stewart, you recognize that he's always
been the model rock star. With his party lifestyle and a natural affinity for attracting actresses and models, Rod Stewart
is a living icon of rock is all about. On the stage, he knows how to make an entrance and keep a crowd entertained. He's also
noted for his pageant-like performances and flashy costumes.
Rod Stewart Background
Singer and songwriter
Roderick David Stewart was born in London, England, to a working-class family. As a child, he excelled at soccer and at singing.
Before his singingcareer was launched, he worked many odd jobs, including as a grave digger. During the 1960s, he joined a
variety of bands, and in 1966, he became a part of the blues-inspired Jeff Beck Group. The group toured the U.K. and the U.S.,
and also released two hit albums. It was Stewart's first taste of success. He joined a band that became known as the Faces
in 1969 along with Ron Wood, who eventually became a Rolling Stone. As a solo artist, Stewart made an imprint with his album,
Every Picture Tells A Story. This album featured the hit single, Maggie May in 1971.
Stewart ended up relocating to
the U.S. in 1975, and the next year, he climbed to the top of the U.S. charts with Tonight's the Night. And today, Rod Stewart
is still doing what he does best – singing and performing, Rod Stewart style!
Rod Stewart Hit Albums
his distinctive throaty, scratchy-sounding voice, Rod Stewart has been able to put his own personalized spin on some of the
classics, such as It Had to be You. He recorded four volumes of the Great American Songbook, featuring these classic hits,
and earned his first Grammy Award in 2004 for Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album for the album, Stardust: The Great American
Songbook, Volume III.
Other albums included in his discography include The Rod Stewart Album (1969); Gasoline Alley
(1970); Every Picture Tells A Story (1971); Never A Dull Moment (1972); Smiler (1974); Atlantic Crossing (1975); A Night On
The Town (1976); Foot Loose & Fancy Free (1977); Blondes Have More Fun (1978); Foolish Behaviour (1980); Tonight I'm Yours
(1981); Absolutely Live (1982); Body Wishes (1983); Camouflage (1984); Rod Stewart (1986); Out of Order (1988); Vagabond Heart
(1991); Unplugged... And Seated (1993); All For Love (1994); A Spanner In The Works (1995); When We Were The New Boys (1998);
Human (2001); Soulbook (2009); Merry Christmas Baby (2012); Time (2013) and more!
Rod Stewart has transcended over four
decades, and you can bet there will be even more albums added to this already impressive list to come!
If you plan on attending Rod Stewart's concert at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, you are
surely in for a treat. This wildly entertaining show never fails in getting audiences to their feet with a set list that includes
longtime favorites like You Wear it Well, Maggie May, You're in My Heart, Hot Legs, Some Guys Have All the Luck and more!
sizzling, high-energy show is formatted to deliver an intimate experience to fans in typical Las Vegas fashion. There's not
a bad seat in the house at The Colosseum, with no fan more than 120 feet from the stage! Enjoy the up-close-and-personal serenades
of Rod Stewart, and grab your tickets now through StubHub!