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14 November 2017, 14:51
We'd pay a lot of money to see Sir Rod Stewart sing live, so imagine how amazing it would be to see him for free.
Rod joined up with buskers for an amazing little performance in London last week, much to the surprise of various passers by.
He joined up with busker Henry Facey for a version of 'Handbags and Gladrags' during an impromptu set at Piccadilly Circus.
Rod donned a tartan coat as amazed onlookers got a rare chance to see him busking, just like he did back in the 1960s at the start of his career.
The performance was part of Roger Daltrey and photographer Alastair Morrison's project The Adoration Trilogy, which features artwork involving over 60 male music legends, including Rod. It is also in support of Teenage Cancer Trust and Teen Cancer America.