Queen Drummer Roger Taylor on Lockdown Life, Slim Odds of a ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ Sequel

Frankie T. Smith

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Roger Taylor’s original plans for 2020 called for him to spend the evening of June 29th drumming with Queen and Adam Lambert at the 15,000-seat Olympiahalle in Munich, Germany, as part of their ongoing Rhapsody world tour. Instead, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, he spent that night watching the Netflix documentaries Trump: An American Dream and Magnetic. During much of the lockdown, he’s divided his time between his two homes in England, but right now he’s in Croatia with other members of his family.

“I have a boat and I managed to get on it and I’m in the middle of the Mediterranean,” he says, “which has managed to have almost no COVID. We’re very lucky to be there. We managed to escape. It’s a beautiful, underrated country.”

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