Rod Stewart's 30th studio album 'Blood Red Roses' to be released September 28
'Blood Red Roses' will be available as a 13-track album and 16-track deluxe version and can be pre-ordered now with the album's lead single 'Didn't I'
The legendary rocker Rod Stewart will release his 30th studio album – ‘Blood Red Roses’ – on Decca Records on September 28. ‘Blood Red Roses’ will be available as a 13-track album and 16-track deluxe version and can be pre-ordered now with the album’s lead single ‘Didn’t I’.
‘Blood Red Roses’, a personal 13-track collection of originals and three covers, is essential Rod Stewart. The album’s first single, ‘Didn’t I’, is about the damage drugs can do from a parent’s point of view. This new album, his first in three years, follows international bestsellers ‘Another Country’ (2015) and ‘Time’ (2013) and will be released nearly 50 years to the date from when he signed his very first solo recording contract.
“I always think I make albums for a few friends and this record has that intimacy,” Rod Stewart said. “Sincerity and honesty go a long way in life and the same is true in song-writing.”
Co-produced by Rod’s long-term collaborator Kevin Savigar, ‘Blood Red Roses’ moves easily from acoustic driven folk through Motown-tinged pop/R&B to unadulterated rock’n’roll and ballads.
Rod Stewart's earned countless of the industry’s highest awards, among them, two inductions into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, the ASCAP Founders Award for songwriting, New York Times bestselling author, Grammy Living Legend, and in 2016 he officially became ‘Sir Rod Stewart’ after being knighted by Prince William at Buckingham Palace for his services to music and charity.
During his 50-plus year career, he’s amassed sales of more than 200 million albums and singles and won himself legions of lifelong fans worldwide.
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