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He used his first show back at Caesars Palace to debut some songs from his upcoming 30th studio album.

Rod Stewart won’t stop kicking out the fun at the Colosseum

June 20th, 2018

He used his first show back at Caesars Palace to debut some songs from his upcoming 30th studio album.

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