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Interview with Andy Fraser of Free

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Andy Fraser has been involved with some of the most legendary rock music in the world since his teens. Starting off as a bass player for John Mayall at age fifteen, Fraser went on to be a founding member of Free. He co-wrote the group's signature song "All Right Now" with Paul Rodgers. After the band broke up Fraser moved on to write songs for such diverse artists as Joe Cocker, Chaka Khan, Rod Stewart and Paul Young. Fraser's best-known song outside of "All Right Now" is Robert Palmer's hit "Every Kinda People". Most recently Andy has released a new single called "This Is The Big One", and he will release a new album in the coming months. Andy Fraser joined us for Long Live Rock to discuss his new single and upcoming album, the recent 'Free Forever' DVD collection, his long career, and his upcoming projects!

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