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Rod Stewart’s Las Vegas Gig

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Last year, Rod Stewart did a short stint at Caesar’s in Las Vegas.  Now, he’s heading back to Sin City, but this time it’s for a much longer run. 

Billboard.biz  reports Stewart will begin a two year run at Caesar’s Palace beginning August 24th.  The show is being called “Rod Stewart: The Hits” and just like the name, Stewart promises fans the show will feature ninety percent of songs people know.  The show, which Stewart calls a rock n’ roll show, not only will include the songs that made him famous but a few surprises thrown in the mix too.  He’ll be performing with a thirteen piece band.  Tickets for the first eighteen shows go on sale this Sunday, May 15th.

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