“Another Country” Out October 23

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Rod Stewart - Another Country

The brand new studio album Another Country by Rod Stewart is set to be released October 23rd via Capitol Records! One of rock’s most gifted storytellers is back to continue the story he began with 2013’s Time.

“I’ve found that the only way to write songs is to be as personal and honest as possible, And when my last album was so well-received it gave me the confidence to keep on writing, and to examine and write about different things. It also gave me the freedom to experiment with different sounds like reggae, ska and Celtic melodies.” – Rod Stewart

Beginning now, fans who pre-order the 12-song standard version of Another Country will receive an instant download of first single off the album “Love Is“. Fans who pre-order the 15-song deluxe album will receive an instant download of “Love Is” and “In A Broken Dream”, the infamous 1968 Python Lee Jackson song whose vocals by a then unknown Rod Stewart are now heard on A$AP Rocky’s “Everyday”.

Another Country was recorded in Stewart’s home while closely collaborating with co-producer Kevin Savigar.

“It seems like I’ve spent years of my life in a recording studio so being able to record this album at home, where most of the songs were written, felt so much more intimate and inspiring.” – Rod Stewart

Track List:
1. Love Is
2. Please
3. Walking In The Sunshine
4. Love and Be Loved
5. We Can Win
6. Another Country
7. Way Back Home
8. Can We Stay Home Tonight?
9. Batman Superman Spiderman
10. The Drinking Song
11. Hold the Line *
12. A Friend For Life *

Deluxe Edition:
13. Every Rock ‘n’ Roll Song To Me
14. One Night With You.
15.In A Broken Dream *

All songs except those marked with an asterisk are written and produced by Rod Stewart.

Be among the the first to receive Rod Stewart’s newest album by pre-ordering now from iTunesAmazon, or Google.

50th Anniversary of First Rod Stewart Single

Rod Stewart Schoolgirl 50th

50 years ago today, Rod Stewart release his very first single, his take on the blues classic ‘Good Morning Little Schoolgirl’!

Shortly after this release, Rod made his solo debut on the UK’s “Ready, Steady, Go!”

Though the single did not make the charts, Rod obviously did not stop there and went on to a career still going 50 years later.

Watch this very special fan generated video featuring photos from the 60s and the first single by the man himself and celebrate this monumental anniversary!

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