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Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Queen intimated Plans to Perform at 2012 Olympics

Legendary rock band Queen is rumored to be doing a reunion and the drummer Roger Taylor could have signaled that they will be the band filling in the Olympics. Legendary rock band Queen for ever left behind by the lead singer Freddy Mercury in 1991 and left a pension by their bass player, John Deacon, six years later. Since then guitarist Brian May and drummer Roger Taylor still do appearances together, including their collaboration with Paul Rodgers in 2004 under the name Queen + Paul Rodgers, who then ends up without a tempest in the year 2009.
After Rodgers had stated that it was likely he would again work with Queen, Roger Taylor who was interviewed by Rolling Stone recently strengthened the possibility of reunion.

"I'm not going to prevent that happening," Taylor said before continuing, "In fact I read in one day, Paul said he had no objection to doing something (with us)."

Taylor estimates that, if the Queen + Paul Rodgers is going to re-do the reunion, then it will happen at the 2012 Olympics which will take place in London, England. "If it is something special, we probably could do it, maybe at the Olympics or the other. But I'm certainly not going to prevent that, he's amazing singer, no doubt about it, "said the 62-year-old drum.

Previously had preached Paul McCartney will perform together imply any remaining Beatles, Ringo Starr, in bringing a new version of the Beatles song for the 2012 Olympics opening ceremony. Cue was reinforced by a statement from the person quoted in The Sun.

"He has spoken to the organizers and said he would love to be involved. Organizers want the Beatles came along with the viewer-the viewer of the other English. And they wanted Ringo on stage also to make it even more special, "said the informant was

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