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Stewart tosses a few trifles amid treasures
Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext) - Chicago, Ill.
Author: Greg Kot, Rock music critic.
Date: Sep 20, 1991
Start Page: 22
Section: NEWS
Abstract (Document Summary)

At 46, Rod Stewart is still playing the lovable fop, a singer who's equal parts sincerity and foolishness.

One senses that if Stewart weren't entertaining a chilled but thrilled audience as he was Thursday night in the first of two shows at Poplar Creek Music Theatre, he'd be in some English pub, raising a few glasses with his pals and leading rousing sing-alongs of "Some Guys Have All the Luck" or "You're in My Heart."

Along the way, one could imagine him trying to pick up a few sweet little rock 'n' rollers half his age with well-traveled lines such as "You'd be a fool to stop this time/Spread your wings and let me come inside" or "If ya think I'm sexy/C'mon let me know."

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