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Rod Stewart celebrates 50 years in music; tours Australia in spring next year

Thursday 21 November 2019

Rod Stewart celebrates 50 years in music; tours Australia in spring next year

Off the back of his 50th anniversary in the music industry, legendary British rocker Rod Stewart is returning to Australia next year October through to November to treat fans to a series of incredible performances. The tour will see him performing at Wilyabrup's Sandalford Estate, then moving to Sydney's Qudos Bank Arena and Hunter Valley's Roche Estate. He will also be stopping by Melbourne's Rod Laver Arena before heading to Canberra's Federation Mall. Apart from these shows, he will also be doing winery concerts for A Day On The Green happening at Bowral's Centennial Vineyards, Geelong's Mt Duneed Estate and Brisbane's Sirromet Winery.

Sir Rod Stewart is celebrating 50 years as a solo artist this year. The legendary singer-songwriter is one of the best-selling music artists of all time, with over 250 million worldwide record sales under his name, during a stellar career that includes nine #1 albums and 26 Top 10 singles in the UK, plus 17 Top 10 albums and 16 Top 10 singles in the US.

As a singer and songwriter, his arsenal of hits include 'You Wear It Well', 'You're in My Heart', 'Tonight's the Night', 'Gasoline Alley', 'Every Picture Tells a Story', 'Mandolin Wind', 'Sailing', 'The Killing of Georgie', 'Young Turks', 'Forever Young', 'Hot Legs', 'Infatuation', 'Da Ya Think I'm Sexy?', 'Some Guys Have All The Luck' and the indelible, 'Maggie May'.

Stewart has earned countless of the industry's highest awards, among them are two inductions into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Grammy™ Living Legend Award. In 2016, he officially became 'Sir Rod Stewart' after being knighted at Buckingham Palace for his services to music and charity. He has performed for millions of fans on six continents, even holding the world record for staging the largest-ever free concert—a New Year's Eve show in Rio de Janeiro in 1994 that drew an estimated 4.2 million crowd.

Grab your tickets and celebrate the music of Rod Stewart with none other than the legend himself next year!

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