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ROCK'S PAUL RODGERS IS 'ALL RIGHT NOW'
ROCK'S PAUL RODGERS IS 'ALL RIGHT NOW' - New York Daily News
While some sign new contracts, others are asked to leave at the Brighton and Hove Albion. That is the case for commercial chief and former team captain Paul Rogers. As the club is currently preparing for its first season in the Premier League, the dismissal of their commercial and premium partnerships manager comes as a shock. The now ex-commercial manager has been associated with the Brighton and Hove Albion for 20 years. He first joined the club as a player back in and was team captain when they subsequently won the League 1 and 2 trophies in and Featured image taken from here.
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Integration and family are two things the former Free bassist feels strongly about. He contracted the HIV virus during a year of wild, gay abandon in a motorhome. Everything is easy. Family meant a lot to him when Free formed, and more so as they broke up and deprived him of that relationship. The band had bought him the car of his dreams, the late-medieval cottage of his dreams, and his mum the home of her dreams.
Andy Fraser, who has died aged 62, after suffering from cancer and Aids, was best known for his songwriting and bass playing in the British blues-rock band Free. Their song All Right Now, which Fraser co-wrote with Free singer Paul Rodgers, topped charts in more than 20 countries and was given a music-industry award for a million plays on radio in It still earns a fortune now. Forty years later, people still want me to play All Right Now at gigs.