On this day 4 years ago Roger Taylor’s fifth solo album Fun on Earth was issued, along with his boxset of all his previous albums, The Lot, both solo and with The Cross. Let’s celebrate by playing some of his… Continue Reading →
Ever wondered how not to spend all your hard-earned money on a The Cross counterfeit release of your favourite album? Now, here’s what you have to do: read carefully my identification instructions in an article about Mad: Bad: and Dangerous… Continue Reading →
Obviously being a drummer you think in terms of rhythm. Before I was slightly more technical, I would rely a lot more on rhythm in my songwriting which I found to be the most important thing anyway. (laughs) I love songs with one chord, you know. (laughs) I like The Clapping Song by Shirley Ellis.~Roger TaylorSource: Rock Cellar Magazine, 2014
Did you know
... that two of Roger's daughters, Tigerlily and Lola, and their mother Debbie Leng are models?
On This Day In Roger History
1990The Cross' second album, titled after Lord Byron's nickname Mad Bad and Dangerous to Know, was released. It did not chart.