We announced yesterday that the one and only Rod Stewart will be heading out with his ‘From Gasoline Alley to Another Country 2016 Tour’, which includes a date at the first direct arena in Leeds on Tuesday 6th December and Manchester Arena on Thursday 8th December.
And what better way is there to get in the mood for the tour than to grab those leopard print trousers and get all nostalgic as we look back at our favourite Rod Stewart songs!
Rod’s first ever number one AND a vintage clip from Top Of The Pops? This is too much to take!
First Cut Is The Deepest
Written by Cat Stevens in 1967, ‘Rod released First Cut Is The Deepest’ ten years later, reaching number one in the UK! Sheryl Crow also released a version of the song in 2005!
You Wear It Well
We can’t get enough of the vintage TOTP! Or Rod’s pinstriped blazer! He wears that well… (sorry, not sorry).
Everyday ft. A$AP Rocky, Miguel and Mark Ronson
Last year Rod followed in the footsteps of Paul McCartney, Kanye West and Rihanna to team up for a classic rock – hip-hop collaboration when he teamed up with A$AP Rocky, Miguel and Mark Ronson.
Handbags and Gladrags
Rod released ‘Handbags and Gladrags’ in 1972, which was famously re-released by Sterophonics 29 years later in 2001. This duet between the two artists is a must-see!
Still rocking the pin-striped blazer 44 years later, Rod’s debut single from his most recent album, ‘Another Country’ was released in June last year!
Da Ya Think I’m Sexy?
And of course, the ultimate Rod Stewart anthem. We’ll leave you with this one.
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For all of these and more of our favourite Rod Stewart tracks, have a listen to our Playlist: