He says that most of his stuff is in storage somewhere, but he currently doesn’t have a place to live. For the longest time, Rob and Kristen lived together in their Los Feliz house when they were still dating two years ago.Obviously, Rob moved out after the Rupert Sanders cheating scandal, and he reportedly moved into a rented place in a gated community.As a solo artist, Stewart was inducted into the US Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1994, the UK Music Hall of Fame in 2006, and was inducted a second time into the US Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2012 as a member of Faces.His father was Scottish and had been a master builder in Leith, Edinburgh, while Elsie was English and had grown up in Upper Holloway in North London.So now, he’s just giving little hints about his living situation, such as admitting on that he’s ‘homeless’.He explains that he was borrowing a house for a long time, but his parents in turn ended up borrowing it from him. This is quite similar to what Rob said when he first moved to LA, before people deduced that he was living with Kristen.
He might have just found it more responsible not to buy or rent another house, especially if he’s not living in LA on a regular basis.
Us broke news in September 2014 that theactor, 28, and the buzzed-about British singer [real name: Tahliah Debrett Barnett], 27, were dating.
At the time, a source told Us that the two bonded over music and the "Two Weeks" singer thought Pattinson was "unbelievably handsome." PHOTOS: Rob and Kristen's awkward romance This will be the first marriage for both.
In any case, regarding possible career options, Stewart concluded, "Well, a musician's life is a lot easier and I can also get drunk and make music, and I can't do that and play football. They're the only two things I can do actually: play football and sing." Stewart began listening to British and American topical folk artists such as Ewan Mac Coll, Alex Campbell, Woody Guthrie, Ramblin' Jack Elliott, and especially Derroll Adams and the debut album of Bob Dylan.
He was an active supporter of the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament at this time, joining the annual Aldermaston Marches from 1961 to 1963 and being arrested on three occasions when he took part in sit-ins at Trafalgar Square and Whitehall for the cause.