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From the young age of seven, Roger showed an interest in music. He played the ukulele in the band 'The Bubblingover Boys.' He has said himself he didn't really know how to play the ukulele, so it's safe to assume that his drive was mostly on the groupies. Eight years later he would join a band called 'The Reaction.' Further down the road, he would move to London to study dentistry (rock on, Roger!). It is here he would meet Tim Staffel and Brian May (future guitar player for Queen) and they formed the band Smile. Success floated under their noses it seemed, with Freddie Mercury sharing a flat with them. Finally, Tim Staffel left the band, allowing Freddie to take his rightful place. John Deacon would join later, as bass player, and Queen would be complete.
It seemed only appropriate as a drummer, that Roger would want to be like Keith Moon. However, he modified Keith's approach at rock star behavior from, "Blow shit up, do drugs, drink," to "Drink, do groupies, drive into shit." He practiced his motto by cheating on his wife with strippers, and cheating on his stripper whom he used to cheat with.
All in a days work.
And I bet you thought Freddie was the promiscuous one.
In between <a href="http://thewebmistress.proboards.com/index.cgi?board=Gossip&action=display&thread=373" rel="nofollow" >offstage blowjobs</a> Roger stilled manaed to write many great songs for Queen, such as I'm In Love With My Car, and Radio Gaga.
At least he's consistent.
In the 80's Roger started working on his side project, 'The Cross.' With songs like 'Penetration Guru,' we have to pause and realize that Freddie Mercury's leotards were SUBTLE.
Jeesh Fred, loosen up. You look like a nun.