Paul Rodgers Discusses Bad Company Reunion and Queen Partnership

(antiMusic) Our friend Ross CAT just spoke with Paul Rodgers to get the lowdown on the Bad Company reunion. Here are a couple of excerpts from the interview where Paul talks about playing with Bad Company again and also ending his partnership with Queen.

Paul Rodgers- I wasn't sure what to expect it had been ten years since we had performed together. I'm glad to say that we locked in almost immediately. Someone had asked me, "is going back like riding a bicycle"; I said no, "it's actually like sliding into a really nice comfortable pair of Levi's". This time around it was especially gratifying for me. It was really nice to get back to my roots and the songs that MICK and I had written together, songs that everyone knows and loves.

Ross CAT- Reports have surfaced that the Queen + Paul Rodgers incredibly successful "The Cosmos Rocks" record and tour will be the "Swan Song" so to speak, where does Q + PR stand?

Paul Rodgers- I'm really quite proud of what we achieved with the successful world tours and subsequent album. It truly was an honor to be a part of Brian & Roger returning to the stage and studio once again. At this point we are just stepping back from it for now, it's similar to my arrangement with Jimmy Page with the Firm, it was never meant to be a permanent situation. As I mentioned earlier I always like to keep things loose. It's kind of an open book as far as I'm concerned; if something arises that inspires us then I would always be open to the possibility of working with Brian & Roger anytime anywhere.
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