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- Queen + Paul Rodgers: "Freddie Would Love It..."
- Queen + Paul Rodgers
- Paul Rodgers and Brian May - All Right Now (From "Live In Glasgow")
Queen + Paul Rodgers: "Freddie Would Love It..."
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Paul Rodgers is returning to where it all began — in more ways than one. Ahead of its release, watch an exclusive video of Rodgers performing Free's hard rock classic "All Right Now" below. Being back at a venue that he has played many times was special to Rodgers. I think a lot of people do. There are a lot of people that are re-discovering it. I still have a lot of my old records from back in the day.
Guitarist May had previously performed with Rodgers on several occasions, including a performance at the Royal Albert Hall. It was made clear that Rodgers would not be replacing Queen's former lead singer, Freddie Mercury , who died on 24 November
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Don't have an account yet? Get the most out of your experience with a personalized all-access pass to everything local on events, music, restaurants, news and more. However, the end result both onstage and a live album proved not an abomination, but a surprisingly worthy classic-rock mash-up. Houstoned Rocks recently talked with the leather-lunged power singer about old days, new days and what his real motivation for keeping in shape is. Will you approach picking your material any different from, say, a solo gig indoors at night? Paul Rodgers: Not really.
Queen + Paul Rodgers
Paul Rodgers and Brian May - All Right Now (From "Live In Glasgow")
Queen and Paul Rodgers? Or fire and water, if you will. As Classic Rock wrote this story in mid-March , Rodgers had been rehearsing with Queen stalwarts guitarist Brian May and drummer Roger Taylor for a little over a month. So, what could fans expect when the British leg kicked off officially, at Newcastle- upon-Tyne Metro Arena on May 3 ? Rodgers refers again to Freddie Mercury, who — incredibly — had been dead for 14 years that following November. Just studying his vocal style, really. Getting into the spirit of the man.