Robert Palmer. I remember buying the Power Station album in LaCrosse, Wisconsin and listening to the aggressive drumming of Tony Thompson (RIP, drummer from Chic) and the boys from Duran Duran Andy and John Taylor, and hearing […]
Few artists in rock history reinvented themselves as completely as [lastfm link_type=”artist_info”]Robert Palmer[/lastfm] did between the mid-’70s and the mid-’80s.
Born in Britain and raised in the Mediterranean, [lastfm link_type=”artist_info”]Robert Palmer[/lastfm] was all about great-fitting suits, perfectly-coiffed hair and ultra-smooth music. Surprisingly, only one of his his nine Top-40 singles went gold.