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Queen + Paul Rodgers

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Queen + Paul Rodgers Music Videos

Electrospective Interviews: IMS 11 Classic Tracks Play Video

Electrospective Interviews: IMS 11 Classic Tracks

Watch the official Electrospective Interviews: IMS 11 Classic Tracks video by Nile Rodgers/Carl Cox/Alex Metric/Paul Oakenfold in HD on WWW.MUZU.TV and check out the latest new music releases and playlists for free.

All right now Play Video

All right now

Former Free & Bad Company vocalist Paul Rodgers performs 17 tracks from his 2005 solo tour. Features "Alright Now", "Bad Company" and "I Just Want To See You Smile".

B2DANCE - The Big Big Bang ! - Music Video Play Video

B2DANCE - The Big Big Bang ! - Music Video

Download single on iTunes. Also featured as Bonus track on special celebration album B2DANCE 10 Years on iTunes, 10 Top 10 Hits !! http://itunes.com/b2dance - www.b2dance.com (c) 2014 Music/Words by Roman Hill,...

Mojito Play Video


FACEBOOK:http://www.facebook.com/maslabel TWITTER: http://twitter.com/maslabel Nuestra página: http://www.maslabel.com.mx/ - Shuffle Session : Discover the best of the Dance / Techno / Clubbing music. Shuffle Session...

B2DANCE 'Dance under the Summer Sky' (Arena Remix) Play Video

B2DANCE 'Dance under the Summer Sky' (Arena Remix)

single/video/ringtone available on iTunes www.b2dance.com (c) Indeyo Records

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Queen + Paul Rodgers Biography

Queen + Paul Rodgers was a collaboration between Brian May & Roger Taylor of Queen and Paul Rodgers (formerly of Bad Company, Free, The Firm and The Law). Guitarist Brian May had previously performed with Paul Rodgers on several occasions, including a performance at the Royal Albert Hall.

It was made clear that Paul Rodgers would not be replacing Queen's former lead singer, Freddie Mercury, who died in 1991, he would simply be "featured with" former Queen members. Former Queen bassist John Deacon declined to participate in the collaboration due to his retirement at the end of the 1990s. The group's three principal members Brian May, Roger Taylor and Paul Rodgers were supplemented on tour by Queen's former touring keyboard player Spike Edney, rhythm guitarist Jamie Moses, and bassist Danny Miranda who had previously worked with Blue Oyster Cult.

Paul Rodgers announced in May 2009 that the Queen + Paul Rodgers collaboration had come to an end, saying "It was never meant to be a permanent arrangement". He did, however, leave open the possibility for future collaborations.

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