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Queen + Paul Rodgers

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  1. released a single for World AIDS Day (December 1) in 2007

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  2. collaboration began in late 2004 when Queen were inducted into the UK Music Hall of Fame

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  3. Guitarist Brian May had previously performed with Paul Rodgers (formerly of Bad Company, Free, The Firm and The Law) on several occasions, including at the Royal Albert Hall

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  4. Roger Taylor, drummer of Queen, and Brian May have been active in the music industry since the death of Queen lead singer Freddie Mercury in 1991 and the retirement of bassist John Deacon at the end of the 1990s

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  5. Brian May, Roger Taylor and Paul Rodgers are the principal members of the band, supplemented on tour by Queen's former touring keyboard player Spike Edney (who had also been a member of Roger Taylor's band The Cross and Brian May's line-up, where he

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