Rod Stewart - It Had to Be You The Great American Songbook Trailer

Rod Stewart - It Had to Be You The Great American Songbook Trailer (2002)

04 December 2002 Music 90 mins

This exclusive one-night only concert features Rod performing over and hour and a half of music from the platinum selling, Grammy nominated, & most talked about album of the year, It Had To Be You The Great American Songbook plus his all time classic hits including Maggie May, Downtown Train, Young Turks, a special bonus recording of It Takes Two and so much more.

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Rod Stewart

as Himself

International Releases Dates

United States 04 December 2002

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