Paul Rodgers is one of the dominant voices of the classic rock format, despite not having the personality often required for rock legend status. But what he lacked in media coverage, he more than made up for with radio airtime: Bad Company was one of the bands that the AOR (album-oriented rock) format was built on; their catalog includes an embarrassment of hits including “Can’t Get Enough,” “Rock Steady,” “Bad Company,” “Shooting Star,” “Ready for Love,” “Feel Like Makin’ Love” and many others.
Scheduled for release on February 4, the album sees Rodgers pay homage to some of the legends who inspired him to sing, including Otis Redding, Albert King and Ann Peebles. Some of the classics on the album include “Born Under A Bad Sign,” “I Can’t Stand The Rain” and “I’ve Been Loving You Too Long.”
Two titans of ’70s classic rock are teaming up for a short co-headlining tour. Lynyrd Skynyrd, still touring behind last year’s Last Of A Dying Breed will hit the road with the reunited Bad Company […]
Original Free members Andy Fraser, Paul Rodgers and Simon Kirke toyed with the idea of bringing Paul Kossoff back via holograph for the London Olympics.
The ‘Tickets @ 2′ song of the day is “All Right Now” from the English rock group [lastfm link_type=”artist_info”]Free[/lastfm]. This week, the lucky winner gets a pair of tickets to see Nine To Five: The […]
The “Tickets@Two” song is by the group [lastfm]Free[/lastfm] and their hit “All Right Now,” which came about as the result of a bad gig in Durham, England. Free was known for mostly slow to medium paced blues […]