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Nov 7, 2012 3:37 PM by Joe Bevans

Rod Stewart recalls ''wild days'' in Tucson

TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) - Whatever Rod Stewart did in Tucson, Tucson forgives him. The Arizona Daily Star reports the British TV show "Loose Women" contacted Tucson Mayor Jonathan Rothschild because Stewart has an autobiography coming out and says he's banned in Tucson. Rothschild says he doesn't know what Stewart did, but he's welcome there. A 2005 Stewart biography says The Faces trashed several rooms and a miniature train at an unidentified Tucson hotel because the hotel bar was temporarily closed. The Faces returned to Tucson and Stewart checked in under an assumed name: "Fleetwood Mac." The band trashed their rooms again. Stewart says he's delighted he's allowed back. TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) - Whatever Rod Stewart did in Tucson, Tucson forgives him. The Arizona Daily Star reports the British TV show "Loose Women" contacted Tucson Mayor Jonathan Rothschild because Stewart has an autobiography coming out and says he's banned in Tucson. Rothschild says he doesn't know what Stewart did, but he's welcome there. A 2005 Stewart biography says The Faces trashed several rooms and a miniature train at an unidentified Tucson hotel because the hotel bar was temporarily closed. The Faces returned to Tucson and Stewart checked in under an assumed name: "Fleetwood Mac." The band trashed their rooms again. Stewart says he's delighted he's allowed back.

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