Singer and songwriter Paul Rodgers

Rodgers’ music featured in TV special

Paul Rodgers, singer and songwriter with Bad Company and Free, will team up with figure skating’s top medalists and world champions.

Paul Rodgers, singer and songwriter with Bad Company and Free, will team up with figure skating’s top medalists and world champions.

Skaters including Meryl Davis and Charlie White, Brian Boitano, Ilia Kulik, Elena Leonova and Andrei Khvalko, Evan Lysacek and others have recorded a television special, Pandora Unforgettable Holiday Moments on Ice, which will air this Sunday, Nov. 30 in the afternoon.

Lou Gramm of Foreigner will also perform.

In the television special, Rodgers performs six of his hits.

“I really felt a connection with the figure skaters,” he said.

“As we were playing their bodies interpreted the songs’ beats, rhythms and lyrics so powerfully and gracefully. It was off the charts wow factor to be at ice level to witness them flying, soaring and spinning across the ice.”

Paul Rodgers has resided in Canada since 1998 and is now a Canadian citizen.He lives in Summerland.

 

 

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