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Rod cancels 02 London concerts

 

We are sorry to announce that the Rod Stewart shows at The O2 this week are having to be rescheduled due to a throat infection.

Friday 25th November is now being moved to Sunday 26th February 2017, and Saturday 26th November is being moved to Monday 27th February 2017.

Doctors have advised further rest before resuming the tour at Sheffield Arena on 29th November in full health.

All tickets and parking for the show on Friday 25th November remain valid for the rescheduled show on Sunday 26th February 2017.

All tickets and parking for Saturday 26th November remain valid for the rescheduled show on Monday 27th February 2017.

If you are unable to attend the new date please contact your point of purchase for a full refund by Monday 12th December.

Sir Rod Stewart promises to wear his knighthood well

The newly knighted pop star said his only regret was that his parents were not there to see him collect his honour.

Rod Stewart has said he is on "cloud nine" after receiving his knighthood from the Duke of Cambridge.

Wearing his tartan trews and with wife Penny Lancaster and their two sons at his side, Sir Rod said he wished his parents could have been at Buckingham Palace to see him collect his honour.    

The 71-year-old, who was awarded the honour in recognition of his services to music and charity, said of meeting Prince William: "We talked about music and he said: 'It's great that you're still going' and I said: 'I have to - I've got eight children!'.

"He congratulated me on my long career - and I said how happy this made me. I just wish my mum and dad had been here to see it."

Talking about his future tour, the former Faces frontman said fans could expect a "fantastic night" and joked that there were seven women in his new band - "more than there are in the White House".

The artist who has sold more than 100 million records worldwide talked about how he had struggled with writer's block at one stage, advising budding songwriters to keep going regardles

He said: "You've just got to be patient, if there's a song you believe in. Don't write anything second-hand - if you're not satisfied with it, don't sing it. The lyrics do come eventually, you've just got to wait."

Earlier, the singer said: "I've led a wonderful life and have had a tremendous career thanks to the generous support of the great British public.

"This monumental honour has topped it off and I couldn't ask for anything more. I thank Her Majesty and promise to 'wear it well'."

Sir Rod will meet the Queen later at a reception at the Royal Academy of Arts

Rod's royal day out! Stewart, 71, joins glamorous wife Penny Lancaster, 45, for night out with the Queen... hours after receiving Knighthood from Prince William

Rod and wife Penny attended awards show at the Royal Academy of Arts on Tuesday night alongside Queen Elizabeth II and the Duke of Edinburgh


 

Just hours previously, he joyously received a Knighthood from Prince William for his services to music and charity.

Yet Rod Stewart's royal fun did not end there as he joined his wife Penny Lancaster for a night out at the Royal Academy of Arts on Tuesday while attending the same awards ceremony as Queen Elizabeth II and the Duke of Edinburgh.

The 71-year-old rocker shed the tartan trousers he wore earlier in the day at Buckingham Palace as he sported a slick black suit while Penny, 45, got racy in a leopard print mini dress and fur stole. 


 

Happier than ever: Rod Stewart's royal fun did not end there as he joined his wife Penny Lancaster for a night out at the Royal Academy of Arts on Tuesday as they attended the same awards ceremony as Queen Elizabeth II

Tuesday night's festivities saw the monarch present awards to five individuals who have made a national contribution to the visual arts or architecture.

While Rod looked slick in a black suit, Penny slipped into a super sexy leopard print gown paired with a stunning black fur stole, while boosting her height with a pair of staggering heels. 


 

Her blonde tresses were coiffed to perfection as she glowed, no doubt joyous in the wake of her husband's mammoth achievement.  

As they headed into the event ahead of Queen Elizabeth, the royal was hot on their heels looking in high spirits while sporting an exquisite jacquard two-piece cream suit.

Arise Sir Rod! Stewart promises to wear it well

Friday night's the knight for singer-songwriter Rod Stewart who has become a Sir in Queen Elizabeth's Birthday Honours list.

Having sold millions of albums over his long career, the 71-year-old London-born performer has been recognised for his services to music and charity.

Sir Rod, whose hits include Hot Legs, Da Ya Think I'm Sexy and Maggie May, said:: "I've led a wonderful life and have had a tremendous career thanks to the generous support of the great British public. This monumental honour has topped it off and I couldn't ask for anything more.

"I thank Her Majesty and promise to 'wear it well'

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