Roger wrote five of Queen's hits: "A Kind of Magic", "The Invisible Man", "Breakthru", "These Are the Days of Our Lives" and "Radio Ga Ga".
Roger has a degree in biology.
In 2001, Roger was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame (as a Queen member).
Roger did one of the first Internet-gigs, (to promote his album Electric Fire), for which he got a mention in the Guinness Book of World Records.
Roger began his solo career in 1977, with a single "I Wanna Testify". His first solo album came out in 1981.
Roger has five children: Felix Luther, Rory Eleanor, Rufus Tiger, Tiger Lily and Lola Daisy May.
Roger is a producer and musical supervisor of the stage musical "We Will Rock You", alongside with Brian May and Ben Elton.
Roger formed his own band The Cross in 1987.
Roger is considered one of the most influential rock drummers of the 1970's.
Roger: (about Paul Rodgers): We were all big fans of his, especially Freddie. Actually, Paul was one of his absolute favourites.