Following Billy Joel, Phish, Dave Matthews Band, and the Beach Boys, SiriusXM will roll out its exclusive 10-day limited run 'Rod Stewart Radio' on September 20th. Billboard reported the station will feature "hits, live songs, rarities, and B-sides -- as well as exclusive stories from Stewart about his music, touring, and life." The channel will feature classics from Rod's days in the Jeff Beck Group, the Faces, on his own -- as well as tracks from his new solo album Blood Red Roses, which is set for release on September 28th.

Rod Stewart maintained a separate solo career during his entire tenure with the Faces and scored massive solo hits during that period -- including "Maggie May," "Reason To Believe," and "You Wears It Well," among others. He maintains that he was always 100 percent committed to the Faces until their split in 1975: "When I was with the Faces, I wanted to stay with the Faces. But I had a feeling that Mick (Jagger) wanted Woody in the (Rolling Stones). Although, he said face-to-face to me, he said, 'I'd never steal Ronnie (Wood) for the Stones,' I knew that not to be true, 'cause I think Ronnie was made to be a Rolling Stone. And maybe we'd taken the bad as far as we could and it was a wonderful five or six years of drunkenness and silliness."

Rod Stewart kicks off his next series of dates on October 14th in St. Paul, Minnesota at Xcel Energy Center.

AUDIO: ROD STEWART ON THE END OF THE FACES