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Newark, NJ 07102
ROD STEWART IS SET TO ROCK BRICK CITY WITH
Tickets go on-sale Friday, December 15th at 10am
Newark, NJ - Rock and Roll Hall of Fame legend Rod Stewart along with legendary artist Steve Winwood will provide an unstoppable evening of hits from two of rock music's most seminal artists as a stop on the ''LIVE THE LIFE'' tour. This show will mark Rod Stewart's debut performance at Prudential Center.
Tickets go on sale to the public on Saturday, December 15 at 10 a.m. via www.ticketmaster.com, Charge by Phone (800-745-3000) or at any Ticketmaster retail outlet. If tickets remain, tickets can be purchased at Prudential Center's Box Office starting Monday, December 17 at 11:00 a.m.
The announcement of the '''Live the Life'' tour caps-off one of the most successful and critically-acclaimed 12 months of Stewart's career - most recently with the release of his first holiday album, Merry Christmas, Baby, which scored him his 16th Top 10 album on the Billboard 200 and includes the #1 AC hit single ''Let It Snow.'' Coinciding with the album release this fall, Stewart became a New York Times bestselling author with the release of his critically heralded first memoir, ROD: The Autobiography and in September returned to his sold-out residency at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace - adding concerts through February 2013. Stewart's year began on a high note with his second induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame alongside the Faces, followed by his reuniting with Stevie Nicks to reprise their chart-topping tour. Earlier in the month he also revealed that he's nearly completed work on his first original rock studio album in almost 20 years.
Stewart will be joined by legendary artist, Steve Winwood, fellow Rock and Roll Hall of Famer who was a key member of seminal groups The Spencer Davis Group, Traffic, supergroup Blind Faith and Go. Throughout his extraordinary five decade career, Winwood has won two Grammy Awards and was hailed #33 on the 100 Greatest Singers of All Time by Rolling Stone Magazine in 2008 for his hits such as ''Gimme Some Lovin,'' ''Dear Mr Fantasy,'' ''Can't Find My Way Home,'' and ''Higher Love.''