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Rockin' Rod puts on a good show

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LEGENDARY rocker Rod Stewart's Australian tour kicked off in Perth last Saturday night and he's already wowing fans and critics alike.

"Stewart kicked off his Australian tour with a Perth show that was as energetic as it was musically impressive," WA Today said.

"Stewart knows how to give good concert," Sunday Times, Perth said.

With a phenomenal 62 hit singles in the UK, of which 31 reached the top 10, concert goers can expect to be treated to the likes of Tonight's The Night, Maggie May, You Wear It Well, Stay With Me, The First Cut Is the Deepest, Sailing, Hot Legs, Da Ya Think I'm Sexy?

The list of Stewart's chart-toppers goes on and on.

He secured his first major solo hit with Maggie May in 1971, the b-side to Reason To Believe.

The single and album Every Picture Tells A Story, subsequently hit No.1 in Australia, the US and UK.

From there Stewart didn't look back, compiling an impressive record of hit singles and albums across his career.

Now into his fifth decade in the business, Rod has sold more than 200 million records, CDs and downloads worldwide.

Notably Rod Stewart is the second ever artist to perform at Victoria's famous Hanging Rock.

Frontier proudly hosted Leonard Cohen as the stunning site's first-ever performer in 2010 and are delighted to have Rod Stewart perform as part of the Hanging Rock concert series.

Don't miss out on Rod Stewart performing all the hits you love, with special guest Diesel.

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