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QUEEN + Paul Rodgers to Perform in Moscow First Time
22.02.2008 13:07
QUEEN + Paul Rodgers to Perform in Moscow First Time

The legendary rock band The QUEEN on its first visit to Russia is going to give two concerts in the Olympic Sports Complex, Moscow, on 16 and 17 September 2008.
      The concerts in Moscow will take part in the framework of the QUEEN's European tour.
      Paul Rodgers (Free, Bad Company) on a par with Freddie Mercury recognized among the best singers in the history of rock music will be the bands frontman during the tour, ITAR TASS informs.
      Guitarist Brian May and drummer Roger Taylor are also taking part in the tour.


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