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Paul Rodgers

Special Guest

Biography:

Paul Rodgers' passion is writing and performing music. He formed and led 3 bands to worldwide success: Free, Bad Company, & The Firm. He continues to record and tour internationally, although this year on a limited basis. For a man who prefers to keep a low profile he has left his indelible mark on music. He's a platinum selling singer, songwriter, and self-taught multi-instrumentalist, who has written, recorded, produced and released 30 albums since 1968, and sold over 90 million records.

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Past Shows:

Legends of Rock

In separate hours, John B. Wells welcomed four classic rock musicians, Paul Rodgers of Bad Company & Free, Leslie West of Mountain, Jack Casady of Jefferson Airplane, and Ian Anderson of Jethro Tull, for a discussion on what it was like being at the forefront of a musical movement that is still significant today. ... More »

Host: John B. Wells
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