Paul Rodgers, Simon Kirke, Mick Ralphs: BAD COMPANY COMING TO SWEDEN ROCK!
The king is dead – long live the king! That is, another one of the biggest bands in hard blues rock rose from the ashes of the legendary Free in 1973. Free’s nucleus of Paul Rodgers (vocals) and Simon Kirke (drums) joined forces with Mick Ralph (guitar, ex-Mott The Hoople) and Boz Burrell (bass, ex-King Crimson) as Bad Company. Between 1974 and 1982, the band released six hugely successful albums packed with such hits as “Can’t get enough”, “Feel like makin’ love”, “Shooting star” and “Rock & roll fantasy”.
After this, Paul Rodgers left for family reasons. A brief reunion ending in 1999 was the last time that the original quartet played together. Since then, especially Paul Rodgers – one of the most lauded singers in rock history – has gained even greater recognition from his collaboration with Queen. Fan demand for more Bad Company has become greater as well. Now the time has come. Bad Company, featuring all living original members (Boz Burrell sadly passed away in 2006) are coming to Sölvesborg in 2012.
One of the most anticipated and unexpected Sweden Rock Festival-premieres is upon us in an exclusive show for Sweden!
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