On November 3, Paul Rodgers brings his Royal Sessions project — described by Jimmy Page as a "timeless masterpiece" — to London's Royal Albert Hall... and we've snagged a pair of front row seats.
Win front row seats for Paul Rodgers
Former Free and Bad Company man brings the Royal Sessions to London
The Royal Sessions came about after Rodgers travelled to South Memphis’ Royal Studios to record R&B songs from Memphis labels like Stax, Volt, Goldwax and Hi Records, songs that had soundtracked the singer's youth.
Now he's bringing those musicians — who've played with the likes of O.V. Wright, Al Green, Ann Peebles, Syl Johnson, B.B. King, Albert King and Isaac Hayes — to London for a one-off performance.
If you'd like a pair of front row seats for the show, just enter our competition — you'll just need to be sure you can be in London on November 3 (travel expenses and accommodation are NOT provided).
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