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Tribute to rocking Rod Stewart set to hit Weston-super-Mare stage

PUBLISHED: 16:02 20 October 2016

Rod Stewart - Some Guys Have All The Luck

Rod Stewart - Some Guys Have All The Luck

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The career of one of Britain’s greatest performers will be celebrated on a stage in Weston-super-Mare next month.

Some Guys Have All The Luck: The Rod Stewart Story heads to the Playhouse, in High Street, on November 10 at 7.30pm.

Tribute star Paul Metcalfe transforms to Stewart on stage, and is sure to a deliver a charismatic and authentic replication of the international superstar.

Stewart is widely recognised as a rock icon, loved for his swagger and showmanship, which Metcalfe replicates to ensure die-hard fans wont be disappointed.

The London-born star – who leans heavily on his Scottish heritage – boasts a jam-packed back catalogue of hits including Maggie May, Sailing and Baby Jane.

The show will take fans through the icon’s career, starting with his humble roots as a busker.

From there Stewart earned national and international fame and acclaim, with a long list of sell-out arena tours and number-one singles.

The rocker’s tunes have transcended generations, and his outstanding career recently earned the ultimate recognition, receiving a knighthood from Prince Charles.

Tickets for this show, priced £21.50 for adults or £20.50 for over-60s and children, can be purchased by calling 01934 645544 or online via www.theplayhouse.co.uk

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