Rod Stewart Tuscaloosa Tickets
Rod Stewart is a British born musician who is among the most prominent pop, rock singer of the 1970’s era. Inducted twice into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and winner of a Grammy Award, this talented singer-songwriter took the world of pop rock by storm with his soulful music and profound lyrics. Stewart is one of the best-selling British singers of all time with more than 130million records sold worldwide. Using his distinctive raspy voice, Rod rose to the prominence in the 60’s, singing with The Jeff Beck Group and later for the Faces. His hit songs include “Have I Told You Lately”, “Maggie Mae” and “Da Ya Think I’m Sexy”.
Beginning his music career during the 60’s, Rod Stewart cut his first professional deal singing for the Hoochie Coochie Men. When the band split in 1964, Rod tried a solo career and later joined The Jeff Beck Group, with whom he earned great recognition. His later contributions to the band Faces earned him his second induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
A genius singer and songwriter, Rod has been praised for his profound lyricism and distinct crooning voice. A prolific artist, he has numerous solo albums to his name as well as contributions to group albums. He came to the attention of rock fans with the enduring rock classic “Maggie Mae” included in the successful 1971 album, Every Picture Tells a Story. His 2004 album Stardust : The Great American Songbook Volume III, won the Grammy for “Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album.” Stewart is also credited with numerous top singles including four number one singles in the US and six in the UK.
With a career spanning over nearly five decades, Rod Stewart’s appeal has hardly diminished as the legendary rock and roll artist continues to win over audiences with his new music. Over the course of his music career, Rod has developed a devoted and loyal fan following across the globe. His live concerts are enjoyed by rock and roll fans worldwide. Get Rod Stewart Tuscaloosa tickets and watch the raspy crooner entertain the crowd with his greatest hits.