Despite a busy solo career, commitments to Bad Company -- not to mention
an upcoming autobiography -- Paul Rodgers says he wouldn't mind teaming
up with Queen again. After hearing about Roger Taylor's comment
about Queen + Paul Rodgers possibly reuniting to play at the 2012 Olympic
Games in London, Rodgers told Billboard: "I would be open to something
like that. I must say, (we) did great. I think we did fantastically well. We
were up against potential disaster, really, and I think we really pulled it off.
Toured the world a couple of times, made a brand new studio album. I just didn't
want to do it forever. . . but for something like (the Olympics), that would be

After a five-year-run, Rodgers announced in May 2009 that Paul Rodgers +
Queen had called it quits. Although some industry insiders were aware of the
impending split, fans that were anxiously waiting for the band to finally
announce North American dates in support of their 2008 album The Cosmos
, were caught completely off guard.

Again, I always liked the idea of Queen bringing on George Michael, doing one last mega world tour and calling it quits but at the same time, anytime one can see Paul Rodgers do his thing is worth seeing.

Just as long as it doesn't interfere with bad Company.

They rock.

And I have yet to see them live.