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Rod Stewart

Rod Stewart
Rod Stewart (January 10, 1945- ) is a British singer/songwriter born and raised in London, England. He's known for such hit songs as "Maggie May", "You Wear It Well", "Sailing", "Tonight's the Night (Gonna Be Alright)", "Hot Legs", "Da Ya Think I'm Sexy?", "Forever Young" and "Rhythm of My Heart."
Rod Stewart (January 10, 1945- ) is a British singer/songwriter born and raised in London, England. He's known for such hit songs as "Maggie May", "You Wear It Well", "Sailing", "Tonight's the Night (Gonna Be Alright)", "Hot Legs", "Da Ya Think I'm Sexy?", "Forever Young" and "Rhythm of My Heart." « Show less

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  • Album review: Paul McCartney, 'Kisses on the Bottom'

    Album review: Paul McCartney, 'Kisses on the Bottom'
    2 stars (out of 4) On his first album since 2007, “Kisses on the Bottom” (Hear Music), Paul McCartney tosses his dinner jacket over his shoulder and takes a casual stroll down Tin Pan Alley, revisiting songs his father used to play on the...
  • Las Vegas calendar

    Las Vegas calendar
    Through June 19 Asian Contemporary Art Where: CENTERpiece Gallery (CityCenter) Highlights: Part of CityCenter's commitment to bringing quality art to Las Vegas, this exhibit features works in various media by leading artists from China, Japan and...
  • Scene & Heard: Carousel of Hope gala draws a starry crowd

    Scene & Heard: Carousel of Hope gala draws a starry crowd
    From onstage at the 32nd Carousel of Hope, emcee Jay Leno surveyed the crowd before him, describing the gala as one where "the audience is more famous than you." The Oct. 23 affair at the Beverly Hilton had no shortage of star-power onstage or off. Tom...
  • Win two tickets to see Rod Stewart and Stevie Nicks in concert

    Win two tickets to see Rod Stewart and Stevie Nicks in concert
  • Legendary Singer Etta James Remembered at Funeral

    Legendary Singer Etta James Remembered at Funeral
    LOS ANGELES, Calif. (CNN) -- Mourners remembered legendary singer Etta James on Saturday as an authentic voice whose velvety vocals bridged genres from blues to rock. The Rev. Al Sharpton presided over her funeral in southern California where she was...
  • Wilson Phillips revisits its audience, recaptures its voice, at Musikfest Cafe

     
    Wilson Phillips’s concert Friday at Musikfest CafĂ© at ArtsQuest Center at SteelStacks in Bethlehem didn’t exactly take its sold-out audience back to the 1990s. Nor did it offer some unexpected act into which the trio had evolved over the two.....
  • Allentown Fair won't have concert tickets for Christmas gift this year

     
    For the first time in three years, tickets for a concert at Allentown Fair won’t be a present under Christmas trees in the Lehigh Valley. Big Time Rush, whose Allentown Fair concert tickets made it under a lot of Christmas......
  • Top 50 Concerts of the Year for the region

     
    The two best concerts I attended in 2011 had a lot in common. Each featured a veteran rocker at the peak of his ability to connect to the audience, playing precisely the right songs and performing them precisely the right......
  • The Morning Fix: Burkle makes moves! Fox News' Ailes gets bigger.

     
    Friday's Morning Fix roundup includes links to stories about HBO and Netflix, Chelsea Clinton, Ron Burkle and a preview of the upcoming box office....
  • Ron Burkle buys concert promoter Artist Group International

     
    Ron Burkle buys boutique concert promoter Artist Group International, after having unsuccessfully bid to buy two other music companies, Warner Music Group and EMI....
  • Album review: Paul McCartney's 'Kisses on the Bottom'

     
    Paul McCartney has released a new album of cover songs called "Kisses on the Bottom." For Times pop music critic Randall Roberts, the question to ponder is no longer "Is Paul dead?," but rather, "Is Paul retired?"...