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7 Dec 2013

Rarely has a singer had as full and unique a talent as Rod Stewart!

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Closed 7 Dec 2013

Take a look here to see if Rod Stewart & Steve Winwood is showing somewhere nearby

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56 of 110 people found the following review helpful:
Stevie winwood was great!,
Dec 16, 2013
reviewer: from Toronto, Ontario
Stevie windwood' voice is the same as it was years ago, his easy Maner on stage and talent is amazing. Loved him 40 years ago and still do. Put him on same level as Eric Clapton a terrific performance. we are not so much into Rod Stewart but he put on a Vegas like show sang a lot of memorable songs. His backing group was very talented but did not go to see them or his daughter we went to see him. In truth we bought the tickets to see steve winwood and he did not disappoint.
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Rod Stewart at the Palace Oct 26 2013,
Oct 28, 2013
reviewer: from Detroit, Michigan
the show was ok. I was really looking forward to this show since Rod had postponed it from last April. He rushed though many of the songs. The sound was bad. you could not hear Rod singing over the guitars. Forever Young was totally wrecked. It was done with a jungle theme and beat and huge drum solo!!!!!!!!!!!!! HORRIBLE. that is a song everyone enjoys singing with Rod. and it was done like a Rock and Roll song. The techno stuff on the screen was distracting a most of the time ugly. When he had pictures rolling across that was nice. Steve Windwood was fabulus. Clear sound, music mixed correctly. No weird techno crap. I love Rod Stewart concerts and this one was just off. Sorry Rod but go back to the way the songs are suppose to be sung.
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Stevie gets better Rod morphs into lounge lizard ,
Dec 11, 2013
reviewer: from Montclair, NJ
Winwood and his band were tight, clean sound and played a great set. Felt I got my money's worth out of listening to him. Rod Stewart is an old favorite of mine but he and his tour just didn't click. Not tight and too showy without the pure energy I expected. I found the Stewart/Winwood pairing really odd today as they've moved so far apart from where they were in the 60s/70s when the dual billing would have made sense. Thumbs up for Steve and his band and a n "ehhhh" for Rod &Co.
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