Sir Rod Stewart will celebrate 50 years of music with a special new greatest hits compilation with a twist.

You're In My Heart: Rod Stewart with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra will feature classic vocal tracks from Rod's greatest songs, with new arrangements performed by The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.

 

Not only that, but the album will include a new version of 'It Takes Two' featuring Robbie Williams, and a brand-new song titled 'Stop Loving Her Today'.

The album will be released November 22 in two editions. Produced by Trevor Horn, it features hits including 'Sailing', 'I Don't Want to Talk About It' and 'Maggie May'.

Listen to a new version of 'Sailing' below:

2CD Deluxe Edition

CD1:

Maggie May
Reason To Believe
Handbags & Gladrags
Sailing
Tonight’s The Night (Gonna Be Alright)
The Killing Of Georgie (Part I and II)
I Don’t Want To Talk About It
The First Cut Is The Deepest
You’re In My Heart (The Final Acclaim)
I Was Only Joking

CD2:

It Takes Two (with Robbie Williams)
Stay With Me (with Faces)
Young Turks
What Am I Gonna Do (I’m So In Love With You)
Every Beat Of My Heart
Forever Young
Downtown Train
Rhythm Of My Heart
Have I Told You Lately
Tom Traubert’s Blues (Waltzing Matilda)
If We Fall In Love Tonight
Stop Loving Her Today

Rod and Robbie are old pals

Rod Stewart reveals he has beaten prostate cancer after secret 3 year struggle

Rod Stewart is urging men to get their prostates checked, after he beat cancer - because it was caught early

Sir Rod Stewart has urged men to have their prostates checked after revealing he won his own battle with cancer because it was caught early.

The 74-year-old pop legend told how he was diagnosed with the disease in February 2016 during a routine checkup and secretly fought it for three years.

Sir Rod opened up about his prostate cancer during a fundraising evening with former Faces bandmates Kenney Jones and Ronnie Wood.

Experts said revealing his battle could help save other lives as early stages of the cancer are symptomless and only a test can detect it.

Sir Rod, famed for his sense of humour, even cracked a joke about going public.

He said he warned wife Penny Lancaster he was going to use the evening to “come out”.

 

The 48-year-old Loose Women star replied: “Tonight would be a nice night to come out of the closet.”

The singer said: “No, it’s not what you think. Two years ago I was ­diagnosed with prostate cancer.”

Ronnie, who has battled lung cancer, put his hand on his pal’s shoulder as the audience of 500 reacted in shock.

Sir Rod added: “No one knows this, but I thought this was about time I told everybody. I’m in the clear, now, simply because I caught it early. I have so many tests.”

Addressing men, he pleaded: “Guys, you’ve got to really go to the doctor.”

And he had the crowd in stitches when he said: “Finger up the bum, no harm done.”

Dad-of-eight Sir Rod told how he kept ­positive throughout his treatment for the disease, that kills 11,000 men every year.

He said: “If you’re positive, and you work through it and you keep a smile on your face… I’ve worked for two years and I’ve just been happy, and the good Lord looked after me.”

He then shared a hug with Ronnie, 72, to an emotional round of applause. The Rolling Stones guitarist told him: “Somebody up there likes us, Rod.”

Sir Rod, who was told he was in ­remission in July, then launched into an enthusiastic rendition of Maggie May and performed a floss dance as the crowd went wild.

The charity event to raise money for the ­Prostate Project and European Tour ­Foundation was at the Wentworth Club in Surrey.

Kenney’s wife Jayne and Ronnie’s wife Sally were also there with Penny.

Prostate Project president Tim Sharp said: “Experience has shown what a big difference high profile celebrities can make when they ‘come out’ about their cancer.

Rod and Kenney's wife, Jayne Jones

'When I'm his age, I won't have my husband': Penny Lancaster, 48, admits she dwells on the thought of Rod Stewart, 74, passing away due to their 26 year age gap

  • When Penny is Rod's age, the Do You Think I'm Sexy crooner will be 100 
  • She spoke in a Loose Women segment entitled: 'Do you fear growing old alone?'
  • Penny said: 'On occasion I think, when I’m Rod’s age, I won’t have my husband and the children will be grown up and gone and I have to prepare' 

Penny Lancaster, 48, has confessed that she contemplates losing her husband Rod Stewart, 74, due to their 26 year age gap.

Speaking on Loose Women, the model discussed how she thinks about her life when she's his age and how the rocker - who would then be 100 - may be gone. 

She said: 'Rod’s in his 70s and we have a huge family base at home. My life is based on the family. On occasion I think, when I’m Rod’s age, I won’t have my husband and the children will be grown up and gone and I have to prepare.' 

Penny was feeling emotional as she discussed her husband and how they deal with their age gap, as she must face what her life will be like in the segment entitled: 'Do you fear growing old alone?'

Prior to the appearance on the show, Penny previously said she always 'shows kindness' to her husband's former partners, after the couple reunited with three of his exes at daughter Kimberly's birthday bash.

Speaking last month, she admitted she always knew her husband came with the baggage of his exes when they met, but they've made the relationship 'work.'

It comes after Rod reunited with exes Alana Stewart, Kelly Emberg and Rachel Hunter for a family snap as they celebrated Kimberly's 40th birthday.

 

When asked about her relationship with Rod's exes Penny explained: 'When I met Rod, I realised it wasn’t just us, it was the children, the ex-wives. I had to show that I was genuine, show kindness, and it works.'

Last month, Rod reunited with three of his exes as they celebrated Kimberly's birthday in Los Angeles. In the picture was Rod's first wife actress Alana Stewart, 74, who was Sir Rod's first wife from 1979 to 1984.

During their five-year marriage she had daughter Kimberly, and a son Sean, 38, who is followed in his father's footsteps as a musician. 

Rod's former girlfriend, model Kelly Emberg, 60, who he dated from 1983 to 1990, was in shot. The couple share daughter Ruby, 32, who has also followed her father into the music industry.

Celtic TV on song for Hoops superfan Rod Stewart

Rod Stewart and Penny Lancaster open up about their relationships with his ex-wives

Sadly, divorce happens.

In fact, it happens so often that there is one every 36 seconds in America.

But for Rod Stewart and Penny Lancaster, their relationship with his exes has never been an issue.

Speaking on ITV's Lorraine, the 48-year-old former model revealed she has a good relationship with all of Rod's ex-wives.

Penny admitted she knew Rod came with baggage when she met him so she has always tried to "show kindness" to his exes, including his former spouses Alana Stewart and Rachel Hunter and ex-partner Kelly Emberg.

"When I met Rod, I realised it wasn't just us, it was the children, the ex-wives. I had to show that I was genuine, show kindness, and it works."

The group recently met up in Los Angeles for the 40th birthday of Kimberly and the 74-year-old rocker went viral after posing with his exes for one awesome blended family photo.

 
 

Sharing a couple of pictures to Instagram, the legendary British musician could be seen posing alongside his first wife, actress Alana (1979–1984), his ex-girlfriend, model Kelly (1983–1990), his second wife, model Rachel (1990–2006) and his third and current wife, model Penny, who he married in 2007.

Meanwhile, Rod admitted he deeply regrets the way he used to break off relationships in his earlier days because it wasn't until Rachel walked out on him that he understood how devastating heartbreak could be.

He said: "I haven't treated women badly but I'm not proud of the way I broke up relationships. I was a real coward.

"It wasn't like Phil Collins. I didn't send an email but I've left a lot of broken hearts. I've apologised or at least tried to since.

"When Rachel left me, I didn't have the tools to cope with a break-up. I went to pieces. It was terrible. If ever karma got me back, it was then.

"The other day, one of my boys had his heart broken and I said, 'Well, it's just as well it happened now because it happened to daddy late in life and I didn't have the hammer and nails and drill to deal with it'. You can't go over it, under it, round it. One of my daughters is in the same position right now having broken up with somebody. I told her: 'You've just gotta be brave, nothing lasts forever.' "

Rod Stewart Tags Official Rangers in Gloating Post

ROD STEWART posted the result of today’s game on social media with the tag line ‘Glasgow is STILL green and white’. Not only did he post that but he tagged official Celtic and Rangers in the post!

Rod is a season ticket holder at Celtic and when he’s not on tour you will see the singer at the game in the stands with his son.

The singer can’t go one gig without shouting Celtic, showing Celtic goals and singing the song Grace which he recorded after hearing Celtic fans singing the Irish love song.

Celtic out thought their Glasgow rivals today and made sure they came away with the victory by being clinical up top and resolute at the back.

Goals from Edouard and Hayes made it a beautiful Sunday for everyone with a Celtic affiliation.

The bhoys go into the international break at the top of the table.

Rod Stewart The Studio Albums: 1975-2001 To Be Released On September 13

Today, Warner Records celebrates one of the most talented singers in rock and pop music with the announcement of a 14-disc boxed set that includes all of the Rock and Roll Hall of Famer’s studio albums recorded for the label. Presented in a clamshell box, THE STUDIO ALBUMS 1975-2001 will be available on September 13 at retail outlets and digitally. The album is also currently available for pre-order at Rhino.com.

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