Paul Rodgers is back

Paul Rodgers, who toured and recorded with Queen from 2004 - 2008 and Bad Company from 2008 - 2010, is at long last returning to the UK with his solo band.

His last UK Solo Tour, in 2006, culminated with the recording of his Debut Solo DVD “Live in Glasgow”, which charted at no.1 in Canada, no.2 in Japan, no.3 in the US, no.4 in the UK and is now certified Gold.

Rodgers is very pleased to announce that Jason Bonham, drummer from Black Country Communion will be joining him on tour, “Jason played with Joe Perry and myself in LA recently and was so hot that I asked him to join us for the UK tour.” he said.

Also in the band the familiar faces of Howard Leese (guitar), Lynn Sorenson (bass) plus some surprise guests.

The singer, songwriter will be performing new songs from his up and coming solo CD, making it 31 album/CD releases since 1968, plus hits from his expansive back catalogue such as “All Right Now” “Feel Like Makin’ Love” and, “Satisfaction Guaranteed”

Supporting Rodgers are very special guests Joe Elliott’s Down ‘N’ Outz. Fronted by Joe Elliott of Def Leppard and backed by The Quireboys, Down ‘N’ Outz will be an evening of music by Mott The Hoople and it collective works. The band’s single ‘Overnight Angels’ is currently #1 in the US Classic Rock Charts This is the second single to be taken off Down ‘N’ Outz debut album, My Re-Generation, released in summer 2010, to critical acclaim, through Mailboat Records.

Tickets are priced at £34.50, in advance, regionally, and £32.50/£37.50/£40.00/£50.00 in London (subject to booking fee) and are available from www.livenation.co.uk

Official Website: www.paulrodgers.com

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