• Rod Stewart is one of rock's most iconic legends
  • His catalog has sold for a reported $100 million
  • HERE are the details

Here's the kicker. This strategic move ensures the "Maggie May" singer's tunes will rock on for generations to come, with a sale value close to $100 million.

Rod is raking it in at the moment

Sir Rod Stewart, the gravelly-voiced crooner who's been serenading us for 60 years, has made a move as timeless as his tunes! The "Do Ya Think I'm Sexy?" singer has inked a deal with Iconic Artists Group that's got the music world buzzing! Nearly $100 million big ones for his song catalog? That's right, folks!

Stewart's not shy about this epic partnership. "The time is right," he declares, entrusting his "life’s work and future musical legacy” to Azoff and his team. With Iconic's $1 billion war chest for music assets, they're set to keep Rod's rock rolling!

Irving Azoff, the Chairman and CEO of Iconic, couldn't be happier. Welcoming Rod to the "Iconic family" means they're ready to rock the boat with big signings and keep the legends alive!

With 16 Top 10 U.S. singles and a spot as Billboard's 15th greatest artist of all time, Stewart's hits like "Sailing" and "Hot Legs" are here to stay. And let's not forget his double induction into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame!

Cher, The Beach Boys, and Linda Ronstadt are just a few of the stars shining in Iconic's lineup. And Rod's in good company, following Katy Perry's recent $225 million song rights sale.

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And it's all about time too!

Keith Urban, Benny Blanco, Justin Bieber—they've all cashed in. But Rod Stewart's deal? It's a testament to a career that's as solid as rock!