Paul Rodgers just might be the Magic 8 Ball of rock ‘n’ roll. In a recent interview, the frontman revealed how his advice to Robert Plant and Joe Walsh might’ve helped steer them to greatness, and he also came clean about the bands who tried — and failed — to recruit him.
Singer Paul Rodgers (Bad Company) was honored for his contribution to British music at last week's prestigious Ivor Novello Awards in London. Rodgers received the top award from Chris Blackwell , who had signed Paul and his band Free to their first recording contract. The Ivors, the most coveted awards for British
I am constantly is pursuit of “NEW” information about my favorite rock bands. In an article in "Uncut" magazine, Paul Rodgers, lead vocalist of Free, Bad Company and recently Queen tells a story about how The Doors wanted him to replace Jim Morrison after the singer's 1971 death
Today's Vinyl Vault selection proves why Paul Rodgers is thought of by many to be one of the greatest singers in the business. Here Bad Company goes acoustical with the seldom heard "Seagull" from that unbeatable first album. Incidentally, Rodgers still works hard
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