The 2005-06 tour featuring former Bad Company frontman Paul Rodgers fronting Queen had been, at best, a head-scratcher. At worst, it was an embarrassing mismatch, since Rodgers' street-wise R&B-laced style was miles away from Queen's super-sized pomp.
It's been a busy year for Paul Rodgers. He's currently finishing up a five-week tour fronting Bad Company on a co-headlining tour with Lynyrd Skynyrd, both of whom are celebrating their 40th anniversary. And in a new interview, he reveals that he's working on two new albums.
It’s been 40 years since the formation of Bad Company. During our conversation with band's legendary singer Paul Rodgers, the veteran vocalist acknowledges that it’s been a “checkered career,” but it's also been one that has been filled with numerous highlights and success.
One of the greatest voices in rock history, Paul Rodgers, a founding member of both Free and Bad Company, will sing the national anthem at New York's Citi Field on Sept. 10 before a baseball game between the New York Mets and the Washington Nationals.
The lineup for the 2013 Rock Meets Classic tour is taking shape. Famed vocalist Paul Rodgers is the latest superstar to join the cast for the upcoming jaunt through Europe, scheduled for February and March 2013.
Old rockers don't want to rust, burn out or fade away. They, apparently, just want to keep rocking. We salute them for that, of course. British rock and roll legend Paul Rodgers still hasn't gotten tired of getting in front of an audience, even at the age of 62.
Longtime Bad Company frontman Paul Rodgers is excited for a stretch of European dates with his band, but not willing to commit to an extended tour. The singer says he's "too long in the tooth" to live the road life again, which is part of the reason he left Queen after four years.
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