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Phil’s favourite band ever was Free, Paul Rogers, Andy Fraser (his hero and sadly died last year) Simon Kirk (still drumming with Bad Company) and Paul Kossoff (also dead a long time ago).Last night Phil and I went into Newcastle to the City Hall to see Paul Rogers who is currently touring the country with the Deborah Bonham band, (she being the sister of the late John Bonham of Led Zeppelin fame). 240 more words


View the Glass Half-Full

I always enjoy writer Jane Brody of the New York Times. Her recent column “Turning Negative Thinkers into Positive Ones,” provides food for thought. It’s scientifically proven that positive thoughts can help with physical stress, depression and overall health. 264 more words

As per KCRA (Oroville, CA.) updates on 2/13/17 by Sarah Heise, it looks like that water has stopped spilling over Oroville Dam auxiliary spillway. By late last night, experts were already believing that the crisis had been mitigated. 873 more words

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Smile Love, It Might Never Happen

So there’s this advert at the moment for a chewing gum where a cute boy sees a cute girl on public transport. This seems to be a bit of a recurring theme, since there was also an advert in 1991 where two blonde kids were delayed by a combine harvester (yes, seriously) and shared a stick of spearmint gum, all to the soundtrack of Alright Now by Paul Rogers. 496 more words

Bad Company Lives Live!

Bad Company is one of the most important rock bands of the 1970s. They topped a hard rock core with silky smooth yet gritty production values, hooks galore, and pedigree in each musician. 839 more words


Audio: Paul Rogers calls game-winning TD vs Virginia

No one better than Paul Rogers. His voice is synonymous with Louisville football and basketball. Listen to his call of Jaylen Smith’s game-winning touchdown at Virginia on Saturday.

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Paul Rogers: We won't defeat ISIS without a dramatic change in tactics

On Sunday, September 18, 2016 the CBC’s Michael Enright broadcast an in-depth interview with Paul Rogers, who is the Professor of Peace Studies at the University of Bradford. 285 more words

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