What happened that day at Piccadilly Circus in London, no one in the audience will ever forget. The passengers passed the intersections without paying attention to the man with the square coat. Standing next to the guitarist, he was ready to do what he had done thousands of times before – hold a microphone.

But no one knew who this mysterious man was, and they didn’t pay much attention to him until his voice was heard loud and clear. And with the voice of such a famous singer, there was no mistaking it.

The crowd stopped immediately after being introduced to Rod Stewart himself, with his hit song “Handbags and Gladrags”. He smiled seeing people’s reactions after noticing what was happening. This folk singer was doing what he does best, but this time it’s completely different. He may be used to the thousands of adoring fans that fill his concert hall, but he actually seems to enjoy it just as much.

With Rod Stewart’s trademark raspy voice, it would be hard not to immediately stop what you were doing and huddle around the crowd. It’s not the first time a famous celebrity or musician has been seen at Piccadilly Circus, but this musician was special.

With years and years of stage experience, Rod Stewart interacts with the audience as if he knows them. The whole corner was filled with applause when he finished singing. Watch this surprising performance on the street below!

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