“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 six-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 youth. 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. Like his forays into the blues of Muddy Waters or the pop of Queen, Rodgers proves a peerless interpreter, bringing new light and shade to these classic sides, and adding yet another essential entry into his catalog.
Platinum selling Singer, Songwriter & Self-taught Multi-instrumentalist
Written, Recorded, Produced and Released 30 albums since 1968
Sold over 90 million records
Formed and Led 3 bands to worldwide success: Free, Bad Company, & The Firm
Grammy Nominated Solo Career
Has Recorded/Performed with Jimmy Page, Jeff Beck, Brian May, David Gilmour, Buddy Guy, Joe Walsh, Slash, Nils Lofgren, Charlie Watts, Bryan Adams, Motown’s Sam Moore, The Four Tops and others.
“The Royal Sessions” Finds Paul Rodgers in Fine Voice” “The electricity jolts on the opening cover of the Sam and Dave chestnut “I Thank You”. If you wonder how Rodgers’ voice has held up over the years and how in God’s name he is going to deal with “That’s How
It was an equally brave and honorable gesture Paul Rodgers made with The Royal Sessions. Offering homage to those artists, like Albert King, Sam, Dave and Otis Redding, that strongly influenced him to develop a career that included singing for “Free,” forming “Bad Company” and fronting the remaining members of
Paul Rodgers will be the featured guest on the nationally syndicated radio show ROCKLINE with host Bob Coburn on Wednesday February 19th, 2014 at 8:30 PT / 11:30 ET. Fans are encouraged to call and speak with Paul Rodgers at 1-800-344-ROCK (7625) For a station near you and for information