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Bad Company: Live 1977 & 1979

Read "Bad Company: Live 1977 & 1979" reviewed by Doug Collette

Formed from the fragments of Free and Mott the Hoople, Bad Company took a careerist approach to their efforts together from the very start. Much publicity surrounded the announcement of their alliance including the fact the quartet's debut album was the first release from Led Zeppelin's custom label Swan Song. Add to that a timeline beginning in the early to mid-Seventies, accentuated by continuing demand since the demise of the original lineup depicted on Bad Company Live 1977-1979it's altogether mystifying ...

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Bad Company: North American Tour

Bad Company: North American Tour

Source: JamBase


Bad Company Legendary rockers Bad Company are set to hit the road this summer. The upcoming North American tour starts in Indio, Calif., at Fantasy Springs Casino July 16. The tour will also hit Boston, Atlanta, Milwaukee and Tulsa, while also hitting Ontario towns Rama and Port Dover in Canada.

The band, comprised of former Free members Paul Rodgers and drummer Simon Kirke with Mott the Hoople guitarist Mick Ralphs (bassist Boz Burell, also of ...


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