Rod Stewart is one of rock 'n' roll's biggest talents. The wealth of music he made in the early 1970s, both as a solo artist and member of The Faces, is some of the most prolific of its genre. By the time The Faces disbanded in 1975, Stewart had more than earned his place among the greats, but he wasn't about to stop. For 30 years he's continued to make amazing music. Featured here are some of the classics that will always make you sing along: "Maggie May," "Tonight's The Night," "Forever Young," and "Having A Party." If you're a fan, you can't pass up the chance to hear Rod in this intimate, one-of-a-kind setting.
Multiple Grammy-winner Rod Stewart has enjoyed a long and varied career, beginning with his tenure in The Jeff Beck Group and the rough rock band The Faces. His solo career also ran the gamut; from folk-rock to pop to soul-influenced ballads, his releases always met with success due to his rich and infectious voice and personal charisma. VH1 presents here a live performance at the New York's glamorous Supper Club featuring songs from throughout his musical tenure, including "Maggie May," "Forever Young," and "Tonight's the Night," as well as "Have I Told You Lately" and "Hot Legs," two bonus tracks not included in the original broadcast. Stewart also tells the stories behind the inspiration and development of some of his biggest hits.