Bad Company

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Bad Company is a rock 'n' roll super group from England. The core group members were Mick Ralphs, Paul Rodgers, Simon Kirke and Boz Burrell. Members of Rock bands Free, Mott The Hoople and King Crimson formed the band. The band has become a successful 70s Hard Rock band with countless singles under their belt, which are still played on the radio today. The band has released 13 full-length studio albums since 1974's eponymous release. The group has an impressive back catalog of singles that feature the hits, "Can't Get Enough", "Bad Company" and "Good Lovin' Gone Bad".

Since the band's initial inception in the mid 70s, there has been an ongoing and ever-changing line up. However, the core line up today consists of the nucleus of members Paul Rodgers, Mick Ralphs and Simon Kirke. The group's first album was a successful debut release. It rose to international acclaim and launched the band into the history of Rock stardom. In fact, it was one of the first Rock super groups to form in history. The eponymous release reached number 1 on the Pop Billboard Music Charts. Each of the first 3 Bad Company albums sold over a million units. The third Bad Company album, Run With The Pack was certified Platinum, upon release. In recent news, Bad Company toured briefly in 2012. There are no signs that the group will record another album, but a few festival appearances are scheduled for 2013.

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Bad Company tour dates 2017 U.S.

Bad Company has 15 concerts concerts scheduled in U.S. in 2017, playing cities like Murphys, Pomona, Tulalip, Louisville, Whites Creek, Atlanta, Charlotte, Burgettstown, Cuyahoga Falls, Hinckley, Chicago, Clarkston, Kansas City, Maryland Heights, Noblesville. The last time Bad Company played a show in U.S. was 2016, in Noblesville. Overall, Bad Company have played a total of 86 gigs in the country. If you’re a Bad Company fan, there are similar bands with concerts coming up like Foghat, Foreigner, Blackfoot, Joe Walsh, Ted Nugent, The Doobie Brothers.

Past Bad Company gigs

Mar 23, 2017 Cervantes Denver
Oct 29, 2016 The O2 London
Oct 27, 2016 Metro Radio Arena Newcastle-upon-Tyne
Oct 25, 2016 Hydro Arena Glasgow
Oct 24, 2016 Manchester Arena Manchester
Oct 21, 2016 The NEC Birmingham Birmingham
Oct 19, 2016 Capital FM Arena Nottingham Nottingham
Oct 17, 2016 Motorpoint Arena Cardiff
Oct 15, 2016 First Direct Arena Leeds
Oct 14, 2016 The O2 Dublin Dublin
Sep 11, 2016 Oklahoma City Zoo Amphitheatre Oklahoma City
Sep 09, 2016 Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tulsa Tulsa
Sep 08, 2016 Bomb Factory Dallas
Sep 04, 2016 Ironstone Amphitheatre at Ironstone Vineyards Murphys
Sep 03, 2016 Los Angeles County Fair Pomona
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