Roger Taylor

Roger Taylor

British, Drummer
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Roger Taylor

Roger Meddows Taylor (born 26 July 1949) is an English musician, singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist, best known as the drummer for the rock band Queen. As a drummer, Taylor was recognised early in his career for his unique sound. He was voted by radio listeners as the eighth-greatest drummer in classic rock music history in a poll conducted by Planet Rock in 2005.

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Full name at birth
Roger Meddows Taylor
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Claim to fame
Queen
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Date of birth
26 July 1949
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Place of birth
Kingslynn, Norfolk, England, UK
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Age
Occupation
Drummer, vocalist, song-writer, guitarrist, musician, producer
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Height
5' 10½" (179 cm)
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Distinctive feature
His voice spans three and a half octaves
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Net worth
$200,000,000 USD
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High school
Truro Cathedral School (1967)
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University
Dentistry, London Hospital Medical School
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