Blessed with a raspy, unforgettable singing voice, Rod Stewart kicked off a five-decade-plus career with stints in the legendary lineups The Jeff Beck Group as well as Faces, but achieved global solo stardom. Drawing on rock, pop, glam and blue-eyed soul, the shaggy blonde singer notched an amazing run of hit singles, including "Maggie May," "You Wear it Well," "Tonight's the Night (Gonna Be Alright)," "Da Ya Think I'm Sexy?" "Young Turks," and "Forever Young," among many others. Exploring multiple looks and sounds throughout his career, the longtime chameleon wrote an impressive new chapter with his blockbuster, Grammy-winning pop standards "Great American Songbook" series. Famous for his high-profile romances, marriages and divorces to a string of gorgeous blondes, including Britt Ekland, Alana Stewart and Rachel Hunter, Stewart sold more than 160 million records and scored a dazzling string of high-charting albums and singles, many of which went to the top of the Billboard charts. Inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and known by multiple generations as a charismatic performer with a signature sound, Rod Stewart built one of the longest-lasting and most impressive musical careers of all time.