Best loved for his unmistakable voice and incredible versatility, Rod Stewart's career has spanned over four decades, making him one of the music world's longest serving artists. With his most famous hits including Maggie May and Tonight's The Night, he was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1994. Able to turn his hand to anything from rock to folk to standard classics, Rod's gravelly voice and distinctive interpretations have made him one of our most famous and well-loved artists.
Johnny Mac and the Faithful are a band of lifelong friends who can kickstart any party with their jamboree of celtic-folk and Rock ‘n’ Roll. Performing with their hearts on their sleeves, their barn-bursting set, influenced by their love of The Pogues, Bruce Springsteen, Woodie Guthrie and The Waterboys managed to attract the attention of none other than Sir Rod Stewart, which led to them being asked to open for Rod to warm up the crowd on his largest ever UK outdoor stadium tour in 2019 playing to over hundreds of thousands of fans.