Jul 14, 5 years ago

Rod Stewart is ready to perform at the Commonwealth Games

Rod Stewart is ready to perform at the Commonwealth Games

Grammy award winning old star Rod Stewart is ready to perform at the Commonwealth Games kick off in Glasgow , Scotland .

He will be joined by Scottish-born singer Susan Boyle . Glasgow 2014 organisers expect 40 , 000 people at Celtic Park on 23 July to watch the opening ceremony . Stewart , whose father was Scottish , had six consecutive number one albums in the UK charts and 31 top 10 singles .

Official website said in a press release , also appearing violin virtuoso Nicola Benedetti , one of the most sought after and influential classical musicians and Classical Brit Award winner , Glasgow singer / song writer Amy MacDonald whose albums have topped the charts across Europe and Julie Fowlis , who found global recognition of the songs the performed in the Oscar , Golden Globe and Bafta winning film Brave for this great occasion.

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