Flashback to Rod Stewart’s Raw & Unplugged 'Maggie May' Live in 1993

Flashback to Rod Stewart’s Raw & Unplugged 'Maggie May' Live in 1993

Posted 10 Jan 2022
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Rod Stewart, Unplugged... And Seated (1993). 

The effervescent, Sir Rod Stewart celebrates his 77th birthday today, which inspired us to delve into the archives and remember this legendary performance from his 1993 performance on MTV Unplugged. 

For his first (and only) appearance on the iconic show, reunited with Faces bandmate Ronnie Wood, Stewart pulled out all the hits, including Have I Told You Lately, Reason to Believe and of course, Maggie May with his signature raspy voice in peak form. Enjoy below. 

Rod Stewart | “Maggie May” [Unplugged]

Sir Rod Stewart’s rekindled love of songwriting grows even stronger on his brand-new studio album, The Tears of Hercules that arrived this month. This is Stewart’s fourth new album of original songs since 2013 – and his 31st album to date - and for this latest collection, Stewart wrote nine of the 12 songs, including the first single, One More Time. In addition to the new tracks, The Tears of Hercules includes covers of Marc Jordan, Johnny Cash, and more. Get it here.


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'The Tears of Hercules' vinyl.


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