Roger Taylor celebrates his 62nd birthday today. Roger has been the drummer for Queen since the beginning of their epic rise to fame in the 70's.

He also wrote four of the band's hits, "Radio Ga Ga", "A Kind of Magic", "The Invisible Man", and "These Are the Days of Our Lives".

I've said over and over again that, in my opinion, Freddie Mercury is the greatest front-man in the history of rock and roll music. Take a look at the video below and watch as Freddie proves my point with an incredible live version of Taylor's 'Radio Ga Ga' at Wimbley Stadium in 1985. The crowd singing along and clapping in unison will give you chills!

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