Paul Rodgers Live at the Royal Albert Hall
Updated: 14 August 2014
For just one night, the legendary Paul Rodgers will head to the Royal Albert Hall where he will present The Royal Sessions Live.
The special evening will take place on Monday 3 November 2014 and see the Grammy award-winning singer bring to life his 2013 album, The Royal Sessions.
Paul Rodgers will be accompanied by Reverend Charles Hodges Sr. (Hammond B3), Leroy Hodges Jr. (bass guitar), Archie “Hubby” Turner (Wurlitzer), Michael Toles (guitar) and Steve Potts (drums) while The Royal Singers, Shontelle and Sharisse Norman, and The Royal Horns, will also perform.
The Royal Sessions was recorded at the iconic South Memphis’ Royal Studios and include a handpicked selection of American R&B classics, blues covers and soul tracks from the 60s that inspired the singer. The album was produced by Paul Rodgers’ collaborator and friend Perry A. Margouleff.
About Paul Rodgers
Paul Rodgers, the Middlesbrough born rock star, is best known for his solo work and roles in the bands Free and Bad Company.
Before he rose to fame in the 70s, Paul Rogers was associated with the English band The Roadrunners. In 1968 he joined Free where Rodgers established himself as a singer songwriter achieving critical acclaim.
The band’s popularity reached fever pitch becoming for a brief period the highest grossing British band. The song All Right Now was played two million times on UK radio wining Paul Rodgers an award.
He then created Bad Company, with Mick Ralphs. Rodgers achieved six platinum albums with Bad Company. He left the band in 1982 citing a wish for more family time.
In the 1990s Rodgers toured with The Law and The Paul Rodgers Band. He later linked up again with Bad Company. His solo career has won him new and old fans alike storming the UK, Europe and US with sold out shows.
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