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Rod Stewart heads to Nottingham
Saturday 10th December, 2016 - Nottingham Arena
Rod Stewart heads to Nottingham
Rod Stewart
Rod Stewart plays at Nottingham Arena, on Saturday.
Global superstar Rod Stewart, still strutting his stuff in his 70s, is returning for a second concert of the year at the Nottingham Arena.

Stewart is bringing his From Gasoline Alley To Another Country: Hits 2016 tour to Nottingham on Saturday.

It follows a string of open-air stadium gigs in the summer as well as his previous Nottingham date.

Stewart, one of the best-selling artists in the history of recorded music, has sold more than 200m records worldwide. His gravelly voice and haircut have covered many genres, from rock ‘n’ roll to country and the Great American Song Book.

The singer-songwriter has had success over five decades and has twice been inducted into the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame — as a solo artist and as part of The Faces.

Last year he released his 29th studio album, Another Country, and as well as showcasing new songs Stewart will be reprising many of his hits, such as You Wear It Well, Maggie May, Do Ya Think I’m Sexy, Baby Jane, The First Cut Is The Deepest, I Don’t Want To Talk About It, Tonight’s The Night and Sailing.

He will be supported by Sisterhood, featuring his daughter, Ruby Stewart, and Alyssa Bonagura.

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