Rod Stewart and daughter Ruby hold concert to raise money for charity

Rod Stewart is joined by wife Penny Lancaster, daughter Ruby and sons Aiden and Alistair for concert from the singer’s home to help raise money for charity amid coronavirus crisis

  • The Maggie May hitmaker, 75, held the #TogetherAtHome mini-concert to help raise money for WHO and Global Citizen amid the ongoing coronavirus crisis
  • Rod was joined by his wife Penny, 49, daughter Ruby, 32, and sons Aiden, nine, and Alastair, 14
  • The concert featured a medley of some of his biggest hits, along with covers of some classic tracks
  • Learn more about how to help people impacted by COVID

Rod Stewart and his daughter Ruby, 32, held a charity show in the singer’s Florida home live via Instagram on Friday.

The Maggie May hitmaker, 75, held the #TogetherAtHome mini-concert to help raise money for WHO and Global Citizen amid the ongoing coronavirus crisis.

After the pair had sung a number of Rod’s classic hits, they were joined by Rod’s wife Penny Lancaster and their sons Aiden, nine, and Alastair, 14, at the end of the video to sing Forever Young in an acapella style. 

Coming together: Rod Stewart was joined by wife Penny Lancaster, daughter Ruby and sons Aiden and Alistair for charity concert from the singer’s home, live via Instagram on Friday

Penny manned the camera throughout the livestream and briefly made an appearance to say hi to viewers when he and Ruby answered some fan questions.

Showing his affection for her, Rod kissed Penny lovingly on the head before she returned to her spot behind the camera.

Earlier on in the show, Rod and Ruby performed When I Was Younger and Dirty Old Town on guitars, before moving to the piano to sing a rendition of Swing Low, Sweet Chariot together. 

Rod shared his gratitude for those working on the frontlines of the pandemic, as he said: ‘Thank you all the healthcare workers worldwide for putting their lives at risk to care for others. God bless you we’ll play you back somehow, we have to.’ 

Sweet: Penny manned the camera throughout the livestream and briefly made an appearance to say hi to viewers when he and Ruby answered questions, and Rod lovingly kissed her head


Doing their part: The Maggie May hitmaker and his daughter held the #TogetherAtHome mini-concert to help raise money for WHO and Global Citizen amid the ongoing coronavirus crisis

Recently, Penny revealed she had to get her rocker husband drunk before he tasted her cooking during their coronavirus lockdown.

The model had cooked up a feast of pesto chicken breast, crinkle cut oven chips, green beans and salad, but it seemed that the former Faces frontman needed a few glasses of wine to sample her culinary delight. 

Posing with the loaded plates in her kitchen, she shared via Instagram: ‘Had to get my husband drunk before I could serve him my cooking tonight.’ 

Despite Rod’s apparent disdain for his wife’s cooking, Penny revealed the music icon had actually eaten.

Family unit: After the pair had sung a number of Rod’s classic hits, they were joined by Penny and their sons Aiden and Alastai to sing Forever Young in an acapella style

Grateful: Rod shared his gratitude for those working on the frontlines, as he said: ‘Thank you all the healthcare workers worldwide for putting their lives at risk to care for others’

Rod married Penny, his third wife, in 2007 and they share their two sons. 

He was previously wed to Alana Stewart with whom he has daughter Kimberly, 40, and son Sean, 39.

His second wife Rachel Hunter is the mother of his daughter Renee, 27, and son Liam, 25.

Rod shares daughter Ruby, 32, from his relationship with Kelly Emberg. 

Close: Penny and her husband Rod are being holed up together in Florida with several members of their family 

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