Sex, drugs and rock ‘n’ roll – the Rod Stewart tell-all! And Rod’s naming names! After five decades of living on the edge, Rod Stewart is holding nothing back. He’s finally written his memoir and he’s sharing the juicy details with us in his first U.S. television interview about the book, “Rod: The Autobiography.”
“There’s dimensions of love. Some I’ve loved a little bit, others I’ve loved a lot” -Rod Stewart
@katieshow:-) :-) I’m having so much fun 2day w/ u & rod stewart so much fun but sure wish I was better at figuring out the bleep words
— Robin Elliott (@Smokeyseashell) October 23, 2012
Rod Stewart is as well-known for his wild antics, both and off the stage, as he is for his music. So how wild did life really get for the rocker?
“I was never crippled by drugs. It was just a social thing.” -Rod Stewart
With over 100 million records sold worldwide, he is one of the best-selling artists of all time. However, not all of his music was welcomed warmly. Rod opened up about the criticism he faced after the release of “Do Ya Think I’m Sexy?”
“It was like a huge sink around my neck.” -Rod Stewart
— staciann (@staciann) October 23, 2012
Is Rod still banned from certain hotels across the country? Was he really a grave digger in high school? Rod sets the record straight about many of the urban myths and legends that have dogged him for years.
“You can put all these facts and lies and myths to rest.” -Rod Stewart
At 67-years-old, Rod has finally settled down. With eight children and one grandchild, Rod speaks candidly about aging, fatherhood and what he’s learned throughout the years.
“I was away on tour a lot… I think they have suffered a little bit.”-Rod Stewart
— Renee Nelson (@1ReneeNelson) October 23, 2012
From sex, drugs and rock ‘n’ roll to a less scandalous conversation – politics. Last night was the final debate in the presidential election. There weren’t as many fireworks as there were in the last debate, but the race is still tight. Rachel Maddow, the host of The Rachel Maddow show on MSNBC and Nicolle Wallace, who was a key advisor to the McCain-Palin campaign in 2008, joined us with their take on the state of presidential race.