Legendary rock singer Paul Rodgers has just released the first of three new songs and accompanying video footage from rehearsals and performance at the Cannery in Las Vegas, Nevada, taped in April 2011 prior to Paul's U.K. tour dates. The "Mister Midnight" clip can be seen below (produced by RogueHD).
Band lineup in video:
Paul Rodgers - Vocals, Guitar Howard Leese - Guitar,Vocals Jason Bonham - Drums Lynn Sorensen - Bass, Vocals Markus Wolfe - Guitar
Rodgers was honored for outstanding contribution to British music at the most prestigious British music awards, Ivor Novello Awards, in May in London, England.
The award was presented by Chris Blackwell, founder of Island Records and the first label to sign Paul with his band FREE.
Other past recipients include, Paul McCartney, Erick Clapton, David Bowie and Elton John.
Given each year, The Ivors, presented by the British Academy of Composers & Songwriters in association with The Performing Rights Society (PRS), are given to celebrate British songwriting and acknowledge the music of the previous twelve months. It is the only British awards ceremony which specifically honors the songwriter.
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