Rod Stewart is a bit nervous about performing with The Faces when they're inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland on April 14th.
He says, "I'll be glad when we get past the first rehearsal, because it's always a bit nerve-wracking." He adds that the set will include "Stay with Me," "Ooh La La" and most likely "What'cha Gonna Do About It" by The Small Faces, who morphed into The Faces and are also being inducted.
This is Stewart's second induction into the Hall of Fame, having been recognized for his solo work in 1994. Faces guitarist Ronnie Wood is also in as a member of The Rolling Stones.
Also being inducted this year are the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Donovan, Beastie Boys, Laura Nyro and Guns N' Roses, who Stewart and Woody have some advice for. "I think what you've got to remember is, just do it for the public, once," says Stewart. And Woody adds, "Just swallow your pride and play a few songs for the people who put you there."
Source: Cleveland Plain Dealer