The Cross were an English rock band formed in 1987 by Queen drummer Roger Taylor.
They released three studio albums before splitting up in 1993. In contrast to Queen and other outside projects, Taylor fronted the band and played rhythm guitar instead of drums. On their debut album, which was mostly recorded by Taylor before recruiting the rest of the band, they incorporated dance influences (similar to Queen's 1982 album Hot Space) which were dropped on subsequent albums.
|Labels||Virgin, Parlophone, EMI Electrola|
|Members||Roger Taylor Clayton Moss Peter Noone Josh Macrae Spike Edney|
|Years of activity||1987–1993, 2013, 2021–present|