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The duo, who recently worked together on her album 'The Voyager', plays a funky rendition of Stewart's 1978 hit as part of the Marymoor Park show's encore.
The British singer-songwriter is set to release on May 7 his first collection of originals since 2001.
Rod Stewart's son Sean is facing more car trouble - bosses at a rental company are suing him for allegedly crashing one of their vehicles.
The 66-year-old singer has come to the agreement with Penny Lancaster after their son Aiden was born 10 weeks ago in order for him to be able to get enough sleep.
The couple happily debut their newborn baby boy in a magazine's photo spread that capture them together at their home in Florida.
His current wife Penny Lancaster gave birth to a baby boy on Wednesday, February 16 and named him Aiden.
Nicks claimed she was inspired a lot by Stewart before her Fleetwood Mac fame, saying she used to ski to 'Do Ya Think I'm Sexy'.
Of the plea, the singer says, 'If I do find you, if you're watching this show, I'll pay for a ticket for you and your sister... to go back and visit England.'
'They make a great couple and I'm over the moon that Sean has found happiness,' the singer states on news about his son's engagement.
The rocker no longer has to deal with battle against his former lawyers over allegations of unpaid fees because the lawsuit has been dismissed.
The singer regrets giving up his first child Sarah for adoption but claims they are now making amends for what went on.
Claiming he needs a drink to calm his nerves before singing, the rocker was forced recording 'Sailing' not under the influence of alcohol.
His wife Penny Lancaster even adds that the rocker is 'fitter than the average 45 year old.'
'I had a scan and, although it was quite early on, the doctor said he was 99 per cent certain it was a boy,' Penny Lancaster says about her and Stewart's forthcoming child.
His wife Penny Lancaster could be conceiving more than a baby through in-vitro fertilization but one of them may have been terminated because of the condition.