Rod: The Autobiography Topics for Discussion

Rod Stewart
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Rod Stewart has garnered tremendous wealth as a result of his successful career as a singer and entertainer. However, he still identifies with the British working class. How do working class values and culture inform his life as an adult? In what ways does his behavior reflect his identity as a product of the British working class? Be sure to provide plenty of examples to strengthen your argument.

Rod Stewart admits he loves R&B, soul, and folk music. Indeed, Stewart got his start playing the blues at small music clubs around Britain. Based on what you have gleaned from Rod: The Autobiography, do you believe Stewart kept true to his music roots throughout his career or did he deviate from playing the music that he loved as his popularity rose? If so, why do you think he changed as a musician? If not...

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