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 has taken his punches over the years. First in the late '70s for his disco hit 'Da Ya Think I'm Sexy?' and most recently for his series of albums featuring a bunch of old songs your grandma and grandpa used to get busy to back in the day. But before all that, he was one of rock's greatest singers.
The sex life of Rod Stewart is truly the stuff of legend that could make a grown man cry, even if, by his own admission, it was "sad." But recently he's been disclosing that, back in the day, he turned down some high-profile offers. In May, he said that he ran from the notorious Plaster Casters, and, in a new interview, he shot down Mick Jagger's request for group sex.
Rod Stewart spent an hour yesterday answering a wide variety of questions from fans on Twitter. Few had anything to do with his music or new album 'Time.' Most people wanted to know about his time with the Faces, his wife Penny and their sexual preferences and what he likes for breakfast. One guy even asked about his "little Rod," and the singer obliged him!
After spending the better part of the past two decades recording other people's songs, Rod Stewart is ready for the May 7 release of 'Time,' his first album of mostly self-penned material since 1988's 'Out of Order.' In a new interview, Stewart opened up about his decision to start writing songs again.