Duran Duran finds relevance and respect as the band hits the road in support of its latest album ''Paper Gods.'
Thirty years after its formation, 1980s pop band Duran Duran is still earning critical praise with its latest album "Paper Gods" and according to its founding members, they are enjoying each other's company like never before. The pop group who's synthesizer driven sound and style helped define the decade of the '80's with hits like "Rio," "Hungry Like the Wolf" and "Girls on Film" consists of John Taylor, keyboardist Nick Rhodes, lead singer Simon Le Bon and drummer Roger Taylor along with guitarist Dominic Brown, who replaced original guitarist Andy Taylor. Duran Duran's concert tour will run through the end of the year.
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