Rod Stewart’s Concert In Bucharest On June 29 Removed From Concert Tour List
British singer Rod Stewart’s concert due to take place on 29 June in Bucharest’s "Iolanda Balas-Soter" Stadium, as the singer’s official website read on January 25, was removed from his concert tour list.
According to the RodStewart.com website, the concert planned to take place in June in Romania was removed from the concert tour list, so that Rod Stewart will hold concerts only in Budapest (June 26) and Vienna (June 27). After a two-week break, the tour will continue with two concerts in Edinburgh on July 14 and 15, followed by other concerts in other British cities.
People close to the matter say Rod Stewart might hold a concert in Romania this summer.
The Rod Stewart s official website said recently the artist will hold a concert on June 29 in Bucharest.
Roderick David Stewart, a.k.a. Rod Stewart, became famous in the late '60s, through his collaboration with The Jeff Beck Group and The Faces. This collaboration, according to specialists, influenced the appearance of the heavy metal and punk-rock. At the same time, both bands are pioneers of blues-rock.
Throughout his five-decade career, Rod Stewart launched countless internationally successful songs including "Do You Think I'm Sexy?" and "Maggie May". He is one of the best paid artists in the world.
Rod Stewart's latest album, "Soulbook", launched in 2009, includes soul tracks from the '60s and '70s.
Rod Stewart is married to model Penny Lancaster, with whom he has a five-year old child named Alastair Wallace. The singer has been married twice before, with model Alana Hamilton and with actress Rachel Hunter, and has seven children.
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