Bad Company Tour News and Updates
Classic rock lovers got a thrill with the announcement that Bad Company will be touring in 2016. A dash of disappointment came just weeks later when founding guitarist Mick Ralphs let fans know he wouldn’t be participating, stating it’s just not something he’s “feeing up for at the moment.” Things were made a little better, however, when it was announced that Rich Robinson of the Black Crowes would take his place. The “One Hell of a Night” tour begins on May 12 at the Gexa Energy Pavilion in Dallas. Come sing and air guitar the night away to Bad Company staples such as “Silver, Blue and Gold,” “Seagull” and “Shooting Star!” Lawn seat pricing starts at only $27.
Bad Company is one of the most celebrated bands to define the golden age of classic rock music. Acclaimed singer-songwriter Paul Rodgers founded Bad Company in 1973, and serves as its frontman. A popular act from the very beginning, the English super group features members from Mott the Hoople, King Crimson and Free. The hard rockers released an eponymous debut album with epic singles "Can't Get Enough" and "Bad Company," and kept the good times rolling over the next four decades.
Bad Company was an international hit-making machine in the 1970s, with songs like "Feel Like Making Love," 'Good Lovin' Gone Bad" and Free's "All Right Now." Rolling Stone considers Rodgers, acclaimed for his masculine blues tone and soulful melodic insight, one of the best vocalists of all time. He served as idol and exemplary for Queen's Freddie Mercury and Lynyrd Skynyrd's Ronnie Van Zant.
Bad Company will be on tour for their 40th anniversary alongside American equivalent and fellow rock-gods, Lynyrd Skynyrd! Bad Company tickets are in high demand because, aside from one solo show on July 8 (Rama, ON), the band will only be touring 10 dates with Lynyrd Skynyrd. Get Bad Company tickets now for their joint tour that runs from July 10 (Bangor, ME) to July 25 (Clarkston, MI). This is a once in a lifetime experience to witness true rock music live—purchase your Bad Company tickets today!