We're almost ready to name the winner of our 100 percent reader-voted March Drum Madness competition, but there are still some battles yet to be fought.
Roger Taylor and Bill Ward have pounded their opponents during the opening rounds of our March Drum Madness competition, but now they face their toughest battle — each other.
Most of the battles in the first round of our March Drum Madness have been pretty close, with victors just barely claiming a win.
Roger Taylor is Queen's stalwart engine, there from the first, while Mikkey Dee joined Motorhead well into their career.
Roger Taylor's early '80s solo albums 'Fun in Space' and 'Strange Frontier' are returning to stores in March -- and they've gotten bigger since they were first released.
Remember that new two-disc Queen compilation that came out last month?
The mission -- this time to fund Ebola research, rather than famine relief -- and most of the faces were different.
For more than 40 years Roger Taylor has been the drummer behind the kit for Queen.
Sacha Baron Cohen cited "creative differences" when he departed the developing Freddie Mercury biopic earlier this year, and reports at the time suggested that Mercury's surviving bandmates in Queen were looking to produce a sanitized version of the flamboyant frontman's life story. But according to drummer Roger Taylor, that isn't entirely accurate.