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The Official Site of Paul Rodgers
Paul Rodgers Official Site
Paul Rodgers The Royal Session Album Front
"Everyone knows that Paul Rodgers
is one of the greatest singers in the world.
What they are only just waking up to is that there may never be another like him."
- Mick Wall Classic Rock Magazine
Founding member of Free, Bad Company
and The Firm.
Grammy-nominated solo artist Paul Rodgers is a musical innovator who has successfully reinvented himself over the course of a five-decade career.
A multifaceted creative force - a powerhouse vocalist, hit songwriter and peerless showman - he's
sold over 90 million records, and helped redefine rock 'n' roll in the process.
Rodgers' latest effort is a passion project that explores the formative, life-altering songs of his
Cut in Memphis, The Royal Sessions is throwback affair: an old-school, analogue, live on the floor recording that finds Rodgers
digging into a set of deep Southern soul and R&B tunes from the '60s and '70s.
forays into the blues of Muddy Waters, Rodgers
proves a peerless interpreter, bringing new light and shade to these classic sides, and adding yet another essential entry into his
It was paramount to founding member Paul Rodgers that the CD and LP be copied from the original tapes to guarantee the best sound possible.
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2015 Limited Edition Posters
Paul Rodgers 2015 Limited Edition Poster
To commemorate Paul Rodgers'
50+ years of Rock and Roll... Solo and with his
bands Free, Bad Company
and The Firm.
2015 Limited Edition Posters are now available.
For this limited edition run only 240 numbered posters (signed and unsigned) will be printed.
The first 100 posters are
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Paul Rodgers "All Right Now" BMI Citation Award
December 16, 2014
astounding 5 million broadcast performance of "All Right Now" in the United States.
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Paul Rodgers - Dana Point, CA - Doheny Blues Festival
Paul Rodgers - Shelton, WA - Little Creek Casino Resort
Paul Rodgers - Santa Fe, NM - Buffalo Thunder Resort & Casino
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SNAKECHARMER Moody - Murray - Wisefield - James - Wakeman - Ousey
Both albums sold well and saw the band touring the USA in support of Paul Rodgers' and Jimmy Page's band The Firm.
Micky Moody is best known for his role in the definitive and legendary WHITESNAKE line-up, though his vast and varied career was spawned out of a sixties school band 'The Roadrunners' which also included future superstar, PAUL RODGERS, lead singer of FREE and BAD COMPANY.
The singer, Paul Rodgers, ...
The singer, Paul Rodgers, agreed and the two jammed on several tunes including T-Bone Walker's "Stormy Monday" and Memphis Slim's "Everyday I Have the Blues.
Both Pauls later said they were instantly drawn to the others' musicality.
Following the set, Koss approached Rodgers about joining his new group.
Rodgers agreed and along with Kirke they made plans to pursue their love of blues-based rock and roll.
, and Rodgers
began to rehearse, Vernon suggested (on a tip from British blues legend Alexis Korner) they check out bassist Andy Fraser.
as the front man, the diminutive Kossoff
became a great foil with his
haunting vibrato and lion's mane of hair as he
played with untamed passion.
In "Woman," Rodgers
boldly sang of love with conditions, with lines like "Marry me today...I'll give you everything but my guitar...but my guitar and my car.
Tensions began to mount regarding the band's direction; Fraser and Rodgers
wanted to branch into more diverse material, but Kirke and Kossoff
did not want to deviate from their hard-driving blues.
Fraser formed Toby, Rodgers formed Peace, and Kossoff and Kirke teamed up with Japanese bassist Tetsu Yamauchi and John "Rabbit" Bundrick (later of The Who) on keyboards and released Kossoff, Kirke, Tetsu, Rabbit.
To fill in for the ailing Koss, Rodgers
and Snuffy Walden (who would later write the theme for "The Wonder Years") contributed guitar work, and the album was completed and released.
After Free, Rodgers
went on to great success with Bad Company
After leaving The Who, Kenney hooked ...
After leaving The Who, Kenney hooked up with former Bad Company singer, Paul Rodgers to form The Law in the early 1990's, releasing a critically acclaimed album 'The Law,' which reinforced Kenney's reputation as a gifted and talented musician.
Although The Small Faces, Faces, The Who and The Law have been the four main bands in his life, Kenney has also been much sought-after during his career and has performed with some of the biggest names around.
Lou Gramm and Paul ...
Lou Gramm and Paul Rodgers
Along with the holiday theme and music, this year's event promises to be a ROCKIN' good time with legendary classic rock vocalists Lou Gramm, the voice of Foreigner, and Paul Rodgers, singer songwriter of Bad Company performing several of their hit songs live!
On the set list for Paul Rodgers is "All Right Now," "Feel Like Making Love," "Can't Get Enough," "Shooting Star," "Bad Company," and "Born Under a Bad Sign."