The single "Soul of Love" remained in rotation on more than 86 US radio stations for six months but was not a sales success. The second single release, Rodgers's "Hammer of Love", reached number two. For the first time in 20 years, all the original members of Bad Company toured the US. Rodgers focused on his solo career in and released Electric , his sixth solo CD. In spring , Rodgers returned to Australia, England and Scotland for the second run of sold-out shows.
That summer he toured the US with Bad Company. In , Rodgers toured as a solo artist for the first time in two years playing 25 US dates. He also appeared with Jeff Beck, performing some songs from Beck's back catalogue along with several other notable musicians, including John Mclaughlin, Roger Waters and the White Stripes for part of a week-long series of charity concerts put on by Jeff Beck at the Royal Festival Hall in London. Once again, Rodgers only played 25 concerts in the US and Canada.
He performed at Wembley for the fiftieth anniversary celebration for the Fender Stratocaster , along with David Gilmour who played Strat No.
In late , after a successful live television performance, two of the four members of the British rock group Queen proposed a collaboration with Rodgers, in which he would sing lead vocals on a European tour. The summer of saw Rodgers again focused on his solo career with a world tour, which commenced in Austin, Texas , US in June, then on to Japan, finishing in Glasgow , Scotland, in October Rogers was a judge for the sixth and seventh annual Independent Music Awards to support independent artists.
On 14 May , Rodgers announced he was ending his five-year-long collaboration with Queen, although did not rule out the possibility of working with them again. On 17 November , it was announced he would join the other surviving members of Bad Company for an eight date UK tour in April In , Rodgers was once again touring with Bad Company. In the summer of Rodgers toured with Jeff Beck. Rodgers has a child from an early relationship who resides in his hometown of Middlesbrough, England.
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