Rod Stewart has unleashed a new chronicle of “Da Ya Think I’m Sexy” on a universe to applaud a new recording understanding with Republic Records.
Stewart combined a “re-imagined” chronicle of a 1978 strike with a cocktail organisation DNCE (fronted by Joe Jonas of a Jonas Brothers), that will join Stewart to perform it live Sunday night (August 27) on a MTV Video Music Awards. (Listen to teaser below.)
0:15 preview of a newly re-imagined Rod Stewart classical feat. DNCE. Available Aug 25 everywhere. rodstewart.com instagram.com/sirrodstewart facebook.com/rodstewart twitter.com/rodstewart
“Da Ya Think I’m Sexy” — that was co-written by Stewart, drummer Carmine Appice and Duane Hitchings — strike No. 1 in 6 countries, including a U.S., when it was released. Stewart donated royalties from a strain to UNICEF and achieved it during a Music For UNICEF Concert during a United Nations during Jan of 1979. It ranks during No. 308 on Rolling Stone magazine’s list of a 500 Greatest Songs Of All Time.
Gary Graff is an award-winning song publisher who not usually covers song though has created books on Bob Seger, Neil Young and Bruce Springsteen.