Rod: The Autobiography Characters

Rod Stewart
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Long John Baldry

Long John Baldry was the lead singer and manager of the Hoochie Coochie Men, the band that employed Rod Stewart at the beginning of his music career. He was also one of Stewart's closest friends and mentor. Long John Baldry is attributed with first discovering Stewart in the early 1960s at a train station in Twickenham. Baldry saw Stewart's potential and signed him onto the Hoochie Coochie Men as a backing vocal. Baldry is described by Stewart as an immensely tall man, approximately six feet, seven inches, and "shockingly handsome" (Page 48). Baldry could light up a room with his presence: he captivated audiences with his booming, rich voice. Stewart claims that Baldry taught him how to behave during a performance: how to walk, dance, and talk in front of an audience.

Jeff Beck

Jeff Beck was the lead singer and guitarist in the Jeff Beck Group...

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