Rod Stewart
    At TrueColorsRadio sings:Total Likes Total Dislikes
    1. My Heart Can't Tell You No18412
    2. Downtown Train1615
    3. Da Ya Think I'm Sexy16110
    4. How Long1578
    5. Have I Told You Lately1491
    6. Have You Ever Seen The Rain14717AVG
    7. Windy Town14410
    8. I Don't Want To Talk About It1374
    9. Rhythm Of My Heart1332AVG
    10. Broken Arrow1312
    11. People Get Ready1313Lapshin
    12. Every Beat Of My Heart1256AVG
    13. Tonight's The Night (Gonna Be Alright)1164
    14. Forever Young1164AVG
    15. As Time Goes By (duet With Queen Latifah)1069
    16. Love Touch1062AVG
    17. Last Summer954Shipiloff
    18. First Cut Is The Deepest793
    Artist of a day - Rod Stewart

    Original name
    Roderick David
    Date of birth
    10.01.1945 (75)
    Place of birth
    Highgate, North London, England
    Total songs: 18
    Likes: 2378
    Dislikes: 106
    Brit Award for Outstanding Contribution to Music, 1993.
    Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, 1994 - as a solo artist; 2012 - as a member of Faces.
    Diamond Award from the World Music Awards (>100 million records sold worldwide, 2001).
    Legend Award from the World Music Awards.
    Grammy Award for Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album, 2005
    CBE in 2007 New Year's Honours.
    ASCAP Founders Award in 2011.

    Roderick was the youngest of the five children of Robert Stewart and Elsie Gilbart. His father was Scottish and had been a master builder in Leith, Edinburgh, while Elsie was English and had grown up in Upper Holloway in North London. The couple had two sons and two daughters while living in Scotland, then they moved to Highgate. Stewart was born at home during World War II.

    Stewart left school at age 15 and worked briefly as a silk screen printer. Spurred on by his father, his ambition was to become a professional footballer. In summer 1960, he went for trials at Brentford F.C., a Third Division club at the time. However, contrary to longstanding popular belief, Stewart states in his 2012 autobiography that he was never signed to the club and that the club never called him back after his trials. In any case, regarding possible career options, Stewart concluded, "Well, a musician's life is a lot easier and I can also get drunk and make music, and I can't do that and play football. I plumped for music ... They're the only two things I can do actually: play football and sing."

    Stewart worked in the family shop and as a newspaper delivery boy, then briefly as a labourer for Highgate Cemetery. He worked in a North Finchley funeral parlour and as a fence erector and sign writer. In 1961 he went to Denmark Street with The Raiders and got a singing audition with well-known record producer Joe Meek, but Meek stopped the session with a rude sound. Stewart began listening to British and American topical folk artists such as Ewan MacColl, Alex Campbell, Woody Guthrie, Ramblin' Jack Elliot, and especially Derroll Adams and the debut album of Bob Dylan.

    In May 2000, Stewart was diagnosed with thyroid cancer, for which he underwent surgery in the same month. It had been previously reported he suffered from a benign vocal cord nodule. Besides being a major health scare, the resulting surgery also threatened his famous voice, and he had to re-learn how to sing. Since then he has been active in raising funds for The City of Hope Foundation charity to find cures for all forms of cancer, especially those affecting children.

    A keen car enthusiast, Stewart owns one of the 400 Ferrari Enzos. In 1982, Stewart was car-jacked on Los Angeles' Sunset Boulevard, while he was parking his $50,000 Porsche. The car was subsequently recovered.
    Stewart was estimated to have a fortune of £115 million in the Sunday Times Rich List of 2011, making him one of the 20 richest people in the British music industry.

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