The band manage to create a solid well crafted sound that, had it been the 1970s would have seen them touring with Free, Bad Company, The Rolling Stones and more.
By this time it was very obvious that Paul Rodgers’ voice was still in excellent shape…
“Returning to the UK with Bad Company where it all began 40 plus years ago is full circle for the band and the fans. It’s always a pleasure to play in the UK.”
This is the latest in a regular series of special Classic Rock Magazine releases focusing on a particular individual band- they usually consist of a magazine and accompanying CD or DVD. Bad Company are a name familiar to many rock fans and as this release is to mark their 4Oth anniversary have endured […]
If you are unfamiliar with the band let’s just say that they are one of the premiere seventies rock revivalist groups going around today. Their music is made up of a mix of influences and in it you can hear artists ranging from CREAM, JIMI HENDRIX, early AC/DC, early KISS, SLADE, THIN LIZZY, UFO, RAINBOW, FREE, LED ZEPPELIN and much more…
this tour was more of a warm up for the band and perhaps leading up to bigger things, maybe a new album? Who knows if that’s in the cards, as far as this night goes everything goes according to plan and is always good to have some Good Company along again to balance out the Bad Company in all of us.