Bad Company

Soft Side of Bad Company – Today’s Vinyl Vault
As much as Paul Rodgers likes to rock out, he certainly has a "soft" spot in his heart for a good ballad.  Proof being one or two on every Bad Company album.  One of the best is found on their debut back in 1974, Seagull.  Remember that one...
Burning Bad Company – Today’s Vinyl Vault
The Burning Sky project from early 1977 was the first Bad Company album not to reach into the top ten.  It didn't even produce a hit, save for the title track, which barely reached the top 100.  Why the misstep?  I think the boys were getting tired of their pop/rock recipe and wa…
Bad Company Fans – New Live DVD Coming!
As a big fan of Paul Rodgers over the years I'm always keeping my eyes open for any interesting new products coming down the line.  I especially loved his work in Free, maybe more so than Bad Company, but both will do.  A week from this Tuesday, June 28th, "Live at Wembley&am…
A Solo Album From A Drummer? Simon Kirke Is Doing It
It's rare that drummers ever express interest in creating their own music, so ex-Free and Bad Company stick man Simon Kirke's latest interest is, well ... interesting.  He's doing just that with the upcoming "Filling The Void" project.  He says on his website, "I've been writing songs…
Paul Rodgers, Lead Vocalist … for The Doors?
I am constantly is pursuit of “NEW” information about my favorite rock bands.  In an article in "Uncut" magazine, Paul Rodgers, lead vocalist of Free, Bad Company and recently Queen tells a story about how The Doors wanted him to replace Jim Morriso…
“The Voice” Paul Rodgers Still Active
THE BLUES INFLUENCED PAUL RODGERS
Paul Rodgers reached international fame singing with Bad Company, Free and as a solo act, but what made the rock star what he is today? Turns out, he was heavily influenced by blues musicians. Paul explained why...