For years, bassist Andy Fraser has been blamed for breaking up Free when he left in 1971. However, in a new interview, he suggests there was a little more to the story than that, saying that creative differences with singer Paul Rodgers had come to a head.
Of course we all know Free's big hit All Right Now, some of us could recite it in our sleep. So why play it on a deep tracks show? Well, it's an early run through the boys did before they really knew what they wanted to do with it. It's been unreleased for years until recently, when Fire And Water w
British blues rockers Free on today's show with a track from their final album in 1973, Heartbreaker. Most classic rockers will remember Wishing Well as Free's respectable swan song hit right before Paul Rodgers finally got fed up with everything and put Bad Company together.
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
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
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