Talk:Queen + Paul Rodgers
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I think the part about Queen performing Under Pressure is unnessesary and might come across as slightly confusing. I think someone needs to go through and try to edit it a little better. any views? (Revo 15:26, 12 April 2006 (UTC))
What does this mean: "Queen + Paul Rodgers concert was the first outdoor concert since 1991 at wembley stadium, and was planned to be one of the stages for Live 8 but only was sent a message before '39." ?
"Hyde Park in the UK (Att:80.000)" seems not to gel with "The concert was attended by some 65,000 people". -- Beardo 03:35, 11 May 2006 (UTC)
It's a good point, I was there and can't recall an official attendance being read out -- 22.214.171.124 10:37, 4 June 2006 (UTC)
few words from Bri`s soapbox... about wikipedia.
- Wed 12 Sep 07**
ALL THUMBS DOWN!
It's a shame that there are stupid people in the world, isn't it?! There are so many good folks, with good intentions, who are prepared to work towards something worthwhile in the world ... And Wikipedia is so fabulously useful; yet a few idiots can spoil anything. You're right - this entry is complete and utter rubbish, in every way. Rubbish, and not even amusing rubbish. Just Garbage - a waste of everyone's time.
You can quote me!!!
Let's hope that by the time you get this, someone sensible has put it where it belongs
Cheers and thanks Bri
I can only agree with the musicant126.96.36.199 07:49, 15 September 2007 (UTC)
- I don't agree at all. "Q+PR" should not be merged with "Queen". As Rodgers is NOT a member of "Queen" May/Rodgers/Taylor use the name "Queen PLUS Paul Rodgers". --Candyfloss 23:41, 17 September 2007 (UTC)
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Late 2008 European Tour
Queen + Paul Rodgers = Supergroup
Just my opinion, but should Queen + Paul Rodgers be classed as a supergroup? Brian May did state in an early 2008 interview that it "feels like a new band", so it qualifies as a group. Brian May and Roger Taylor are two of the greatest musicians, collaborating with Paul Rodgers, one of the biggest stars in Britain and America from the 70's. Surely this should class as a supergroup? The Firm certainly did, and that was with Paul Rodgers and Jimmy Page from Led Zeppelin. So surely two members of Queen and Paul Rodgers should qualify? There doesn't even need to be any references, there are no references to Bad Company being a supergroup on their page. Just a consensus maybe? (188.8.131.52 (talk) 22:28, 31 July 2009 (UTC))
An arena tour of Europe followed in the spring 2005, with dates at venues such as Wembley Pavilion, Cardiff International Arena and Le Zénith in France. Er, which Le Zénith in France - there are more than a dozen? Emeraude (talk) 14:53, 14 January 2011 (UTC)
As discussed on Queen's talk page, I propose removing The Cross. I also think Smile should go - Queen, Free and Bad Company seem the most sensible associated acts to retain, given the band members, and also the songs that were played on the tours. Any objections? Tommurphy86 (talk) 19:10, 18 April 2012 (UTC)