Ian McLagan, still apparently steamed over a series of Rod Stewart no-shows, says he's not interested in putting the Faces back together again in 2015, even though Stewart finally seems to be coming around.
For most of us, seeing Rod Stewart in concert 30 times would be more than enough to satisfy any live requests. For uber-fan and Montreal Gazette writer Richard Burnett, however, there was one Stewart classic remaining on his dream Stewart set list.
After years of discussions, it looks like Rod Stewart might finally be ready to rejoin his old mates in the Faces for a new tour -- just in time to commemorate the 40th anniversary of the band's breakup.
It was an epic battle, but someone had to win in the end. And with just under 55 percent of the vote, Rod Stewart has emerged victorious as the latest inductee into the Ultimate Classic Rock Hall of Fame.
At 68, Rod Stewart has, like most people his age, reached the time in his life when he has started to think about calling it a day and relaxing after a lifetime of hard work. But in a new interview, he says that day won’t arrive for another 25 years.
Rod Stewart toured with Stevie Nicks last year, he'll hit the road with Steve Winwood later this fall and he's daydreaming about a series of dates with Elton John. But don't hold your breath for any shows with Stewart's old partner Jeff Beck.