Rod Stewart has revealed he’s beaten prostate cancer after a secret three-year struggle.
The 74-year-old was diagnosed in February 2016 after a routine appointment and is now urging men to get their prostates checked after going into remission this July.
The legendary rocker opened up about his battle at a fundraiser event alongside former Faces bandmates Kenney Jones and Ronnie Wood.
The Rock and Roll Hall of Famer said his diagnosis came after he went in for a routine check-up three years ago and he's in the clear, now, simply because he caught it early.
Stewart, 74, has frequently performed live in recent years and is set to kick off an eight-concert residency in Las Vegas beginning Wednesday and running through Oct. 5.