Rod goes home for Christmas
Rod Stewart, is, quite simply, one of the most successful popular singers of all time. And with this one-off special he delivers a concert from his homeland, Scotland, courtesy of the wonderful surroundings of Stirling Castle.
Expect a night to remember as Rod runs through a host of classic Christmas tunes in company with big name stars Kylie Minogue, Michael Buble and ace violinist Nicola Benedetti.
"I'm really looking forward to singing with Kylie and Michael and performing with Nicola. The show will be a real seasonal treat," says Rod.
Just for the record, he's sold 100 million of them in a solo career stretching back more than 40 years.
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