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Rod Stewart’s trademark vocals helped propel Faces into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame at the annual induction ceremonies in April 2012.  Here Rod is belting a tune alongside band made Ronnie Wood in a live performance circa 1970.   Photo courtesy of Rock Paper Photo.
Rod Stewart and Ronnie Wood by Don Aters Rod Stewart’s trademark vocals helped propel Faces into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame at the annual induction ceremonies in April 2012. Here Rod is belting a tune alongside band made Ronnie Wood in a live performance circa 1970. Photo courtesy of Rock Paper Photo.
Room service!  When you’re on the road as much as Rod is, you’re entitled to a lot of pampering. This photo was taken from his Faces period.  Photo courtesy of Rock Paper Photo.
Rod Stewart by Ian Dickson Room service! When you’re on the road as much as Rod is, you’re entitled to a lot of pampering. This photo was taken from his Faces period. Photo courtesy of Rock Paper Photo.
A man for all seasons.  Another great fashion shot circa mid-70s.   The singer displays his keen eye for mixing patterns, colors and textures.  Photo courtesy of Rock Paper Photo.
Rod Stewart by Steve Emberton A man for all seasons. Another great fashion shot circa mid-70s. The singer displays his keen eye for mixing patterns, colors and textures. Photo courtesy of Rock Paper Photo.
Is there a rocker who’s shown more style over the decades than Rod Stewart?  You don’t have to look beyond this photo of Rod wearing a leopard-pattern jacket and beads to be convinced that he’s #1 in this category too.  Photo courtesy of Rock Paper Photo.
Rod Stewart by Charles Gatewood Is there a rocker who’s shown more style over the decades than Rod Stewart? You don’t have to look beyond this photo of Rod wearing a leopard-pattern jacket and beads to be convinced that he’s #1 in this category too. Photo courtesy of Rock Paper Photo.
Whether playing to stadiums or club audiences, this duo with Faces knew to throw a great party for their fans.  Photo courtesy of Rock Paper Photo.
Rod Stewart and Ronnie Wood by Charles Gatewood Whether playing to stadiums or club audiences, this duo with Faces knew to throw a great party for their fans. Photo courtesy of Rock Paper Photo.
Rod Stewart isn’t shy about his love of soccer.  He still kicks footballs into the audience during concerts.  He plays for his LA Exiles team made up of mostly English expatriates and a few celebrities in a senior soccer league in Palos Verdes.  Rod  famously supports a number of teams including Celtic F.C., the Scotland national team and Manchester United.  Photo courtesy of Rock Paper Photo.
Rod Stewart by Bonnie Schiffman Rod Stewart isn’t shy about his love of soccer. He still kicks footballs into the audience during concerts. He plays for his LA Exiles team made up of mostly English expatriates and a few celebrities in a senior soccer league in Palos Verdes. Rod famously supports a number of teams including Celtic F.C., the Scotland national team and Manchester United. Photo courtesy of Rock Paper Photo.
With one look fans can identify this shag-haired rock star without ever seeing his face. Rod Stewart’s huge popularity earned him star #2093 on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. And in 2007 he was honored at Buckingham Palace with a “Commander of the British Empire” medal.  Photo courtesy of Rock Paper Photo.
Rod Stewart by Bonnie Schiffman With one look fans can identify this shag-haired rock star without ever seeing his face. Rod Stewart’s huge popularity earned him star #2093 on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. And in 2007 he was honored at Buckingham Palace with a “Commander of the British Empire” medal. Photo courtesy of Rock Paper Photo.
As Faces toured the US in 1969,  band mates Rod Stewart and Ronnie Wood relaxed in a Cambridge, Mass., hotel room between performances.  Last April the band was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.  Photo courtesy of Rock Paper Photo.
Rod Stewart (with Ronnie Wood) by Peter Simon As Faces toured the US in 1969, band mates Rod Stewart and Ronnie Wood relaxed in a Cambridge, Mass., hotel room between performances. Last April the band was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Photo courtesy of Rock Paper Photo.
Rod singing in New York in 1977, on the road to his extremely successful solo career following the breakup of Faces a few years earlier.  Photo courtesy of Rock Paper Photo.
Rod Stewart by Mark Weiss Rod singing in New York in 1977, on the road to his extremely successful solo career following the breakup of Faces a few years earlier. Photo courtesy of Rock Paper Photo.
A recent photo of Rod as we know him today.  Rod is staying cool in the pool.   Photo courtesy of Rock Paper Photo.
Rod Stewart by Kevin Westerberg A recent photo of Rod as we know him today. Rod is staying cool in the pool. Photo courtesy of Rock Paper Photo.
Rod kneeling at the mike with Faces bandmates Ian McLagan, Kenny Jones, Ronnie Lane and Ronnie Wood. In performance in Daly City on March 2, 1975.  Photo courtesy of Rock Paper Photo.
Rod Stewart and Faces by Michael Zagaris Rod kneeling at the mike with Faces bandmates Ian McLagan, Kenny Jones, Ronnie Lane and Ronnie Wood. In performance in Daly City on March 2, 1975. Photo courtesy of Rock Paper Photo.
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