ROD STEWART: And the Queens
Rod Stewart writes in his memoir, Rod, that he almost entered into a partnership with Elton John and Freddie Mercury. He says in the early '80s "Queen rented a house in Bel Air, California and Elton and I spent a long evening there with Freddie... [and we discussed] the possibility of the three of us forming a supergroup. The name we had in mind was Nose, Teeth & Hair, a tribute to our most remarked-upon physical attributes... Somehow this project never came to anything, which is contemporary music's deep and abiding loss."
A decade later, Stewart was part of a trio for one recording, "All for Love" for The Three Musketeers soundtrack with Bryan Adams and Sting.