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Gallery Manager

Phone: (212) ***-****  HQ Phone
Paul Rodgers/9W Gallery
529 West 20Th Street 9Th Floor
New York, New York 10011
United States

Company Description: Paul Rodgers 9W is a New York Art Gallery. We represent: new york art gallery, Paul Rodgers 9W Gallery, 529 West 20th Street, 9th Floor,Chelsea, Midtown

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations


  • Honourary Doctorate
  • Honourary Doctorate of Letters degree
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After leaving The Who, Kenney hooked ..., 26 Oct 2014 [cached]
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.
Critically-Acclaimed Artist Paul ..., 25 April 2014 [cached]
Critically-Acclaimed Artist Paul Rodgers to Receive Chairman’s Award at Music Biz 2014 | Read More » Critically-Acclaimed Artist Paul Rodgers to Receive Chairman's Award at Music Biz 2014 < Music Business Association - Music Biz
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Critically-Acclaimed Artist Paul Rodgers to Receive Chairman's Award at Music Biz 20144.25.14
April 25, 2014 - The Music Business Association (Music Biz), formerly NARM and, will present its Chairman's Award for Sustained Creative Achievement to Paul Rodgers - frontman and founder of classic Rock bands Bad Company, Free and The Firm and a Grammy-nominated solo artist - at the Music Biz 2014 Awards Luncheon on May 8 at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza Hotel in Los Angeles.
Rodgers has released four multi-Platinum albums and nine Top 40 singles, including the massive hit "Feel Like Makin' Love" as a member of Bad Company, as well as classic Rock mainstay "All Right Now" with Free, which was a #1 smash in more than 20 territories. Having sold over 90 million albums throughout his nearly 50-year career, Rodgers is still going strong with The Royal Sessions, his first new album in 13 years, which was released on 429 Records in January 2014 and debuted at #1 on the Billboard Blues Chart in the U.S. Lead single "Can't Stand the Rain" reached #3 on the FMQB A/C Radio Chart and "I Thank You" went to #1 for three weeks on the Classic Rock Chart. Internationally, the album reached #2 on the Blues chart and the Top 100 in Australia, the Top 50 in the U.K., and the Top 30 in Japan.
"The mark of truly special artists is how they are able to continue to create vital work throughout their careers, and Paul Rodgers fully embodies that definition," said James Donio, President of the Music Business Association.
"Paul Rodgers is a shining example of everything the Chairman's Award stands for, as he has not only achieved tremendous success throughout his long career but also continues to produce high-quality music today," adds Rachelle Friedman, Chairman of the Music Biz Board of Directors.
"I've been around the block and seen pretty much everything the music industry has to offer, so this Award means a lot to me because it both recognizes that history and keeps an eye toward the future," said Rodgers. "It felt amazing getting back into the studio for The Royal Sessions, and now that I've got recording back in my blood, I'm looking forward to many more years of creativity to come."
Rodgers got his start in the music business as a teenager, playing with local Middlesbrough, U.K., band The Roadrunners before forming Free in 1968. Their hit song "All Right Now" was released in 1970, topping the charts in 20 territories and receiving extensive radio airplay, earning a 4 Million Air Award from BMI in 2010. Rodgers moved on to form Bad Company in 1973, where he helped write four multi-Platinum albums in Bad Company, which sold more than 5 million copies; Straight Shooter and Run with the Pack, which both sold over 3 million copies; and Desolation Angels, which sold over 2 million copies. The band also released nine Top 40 singles, including the enduring classics "Feel Like Makin' Love," "Rock 'n' Roll Fantasy," and "Can't Get Enough. In 1984, he joined with Led Zeppelin's Jimmy Page to form the supergroup The Firm, which released two records, including their Gold-certified self-titled album. He also briefly performed in The Law in the 1990s and fronted a reunited version of Queen in the mid-2000s, releasing the album The Cosmos Rocks in 2008 as Queen + Paul Rodgers.
Rodgers launched his solo career in 1983 with the album Cut Loose and released three more records under his own name through the year 2000. In 2013, he decided to re-enter the studio to record The Royal Sessions, an album of blues and R&B standards recorded at South Memphis' legendary Royal Studios.
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Paul so well deserves this, being a frontfigure among somany great musicians over decades. Some voices never passes into silence and shade. Paul will always shine!
Jimmy Page - Biography, 23 May 2014 [cached]
The Madison Square Garden show featured vocals by future The Firm vocalist Paul Rodgers who was originally with Free and then Bad Company.
The duo first reanimated the band ..., 18 July 2014 [cached]
The duo first reanimated the band with Free and Bad Company singer Paul Rodgers during the 2000s (original Queen bassist John Deacon smartly retired years ago).
Former lead singer of Free and ..., 24 Sept 2012 [cached]
Former lead singer of Free and Bad Company, Paul Rodgers is featured on the tracks Fire And Water and Walk In My Shadows.
Paul Rodgers and Joe Bonamassa Live at The Beacon Theatre.
"Soulful songstress Beth Hart digs deep on a couple of songs with Joe from their duet album, and music legends John Hiatt and Paul Rodgers get up alongside Joe.
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