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.
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).
**Question: which Stax album’s front cover was a spoof of Abbey Road? **