From opening to the Commonwealth Games at his beloved Celtic Park to a new show at Caesars Palace – Rod Stewart, is as busy as ever. With a career spanning nearly half a century, seven number-one hit singles and a further 27 top-ten albums in the UK alone, Rod Stewart is cemented in history as one of the biggest selling artists of all time.
The Las Vegas show backed by a 13-piece band, will see the legendary rocker perform his record-breaking hits. The notorious Celtic Football Club fan even shows off his playful side, kicking soccer balls and running into the audience to interact with fans.
Lauded as having one of the most distinctive and interpretive voices in musical history, Rod Stewart’s distinctive style and soulful gravel-voice first took roots as part of the legendary Jeff Beck Group (1967), before fronting Faces (1969) with band mate Ronnie Wood on lead guitar.
It was Rod Stewart’s solo work that really propelled his global superstardom, with hit songs, including Maggie May, You Wear It Well, You’re In My Heart, Do Ya Think I’m Sexy, Sailing and Baby Jane, to name but a few from an illustrious back catalogue that has influenced generations.
This November – all Rod Stewart fans head to Vegas.