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He wears it well


a Rodtastic evening...
you wear it well!

Have l told you lately?


hot legs!

the crooner
 and who stole the show?
contrived or no, 
his son 5 year old Alastair brought on a drawing for Daddy
into the mike he said 'hello Newcastle'
biggest cheer of the night!

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  1. Can't go wrong with a Rod Stewart concert! Looks like you had an amazing time- good for you!!

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  2. He is one of the creme de la creme of singers. I would have loved to have been there! Looks like you had good seats too.
    Catherine

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  3. Glad you had such a great time!

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  4. I just popped over from The Fifty Factor. You are a terrific read!
    I'll be back when I can spend more time. I must go...and join in the drama of my teens!

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  5. Rod will be rocking right into the night forever....What an amazing entertainer.... one of my all time favourites!

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  6. That goes to show, men can procreate ( and sing rock and roll ) forever!

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  7. Rod Stewart has a FIVE year old! Where have I been :-)
    Glad you had fun.
    jj

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  8. Aw how cute...bet it brought the house down x

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  9. Always had a soft spot for him ever since I saw the Faces EGBDF tour.

    Sounds like a great evening.

    Mad x

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  10. I have a CD of Rod singing standards .. love it

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  11. So glad you had a fab night out :-)

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  12. I saw in The Journal the yesterday that Rod had been to Newcastle, I bet it was a great show.

    You can't beet a good old'n..!

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  13. Well, certainly glad you had a great time! "Handbags & Gladrags" was always a favorite, but I sort of lost hope for him ever putting out anything I'd care about again after "Hot Legs". Not my cup of tea :-)

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  14. Lovely! Looks like you had a great evening!

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  15. So, even old folks can still rock, huh? Sounds like a great time.

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  16. I am not envious.

    Hmmmm.


    I would have loved to be there, though! ;-)

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  17. I feel as if I were there - I wish I had been, ma chere! Beautiful, atmospheric pictures and great seats! Fab! xox

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  18. Totally, totally awesome, Saz...I'm almost jealous...but so glad YOU got to enjoy the show! You deserve EVERY happiness that comes your way! Love, Janine XO

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  19. Thanks so much for sharing photos - I hope to be seeing his show at Edinburgh Castle soon...can`t wait...he`s always been such a charmer!

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