Last summer, two of classic rock's mainstays, Bad Company and Lynryd Skynyrd, teamed up for one of the season's most successful tours. So it makes sense that the duo are back for another round of dates.
Longtime Bad Company vocalist Paul Rodgers has been called ‘The Voice’ and for good reason -- his vocals are so smooth and eternally ageless that it seems like there isn’t a good song he can’t wrap his voice around with ease.
It’s been 40 years since the formation of Bad Company. During our conversation with band's legendary singer Paul Rodgers, the veteran vocalist acknowledges that it’s been a “checkered career,” but it's also been one that has been filled with numerous highlights and success.
Lynyrd Skynyrd and Bad Company are both celebrating 40 years in 2013, and they've teamed up to take a co-headling tour across America. The 40 Tour will begin on June 20 in Auburn, Wash. and travel east before wrapping up on July 27 in Bethel, N.Y.
Stephen Colbert poked gentle fun at some classic rock bands on Twitter as an extension of a comedy bit on Comedy Central's 'The Colbert Report' last night (Feb. 21). Def Leppard, Bad Company and Meat Loaf were among those satirized.
The lineup for the 2013 Rock Meets Classic tour is taking shape. Famed vocalist Paul Rodgers is the latest superstar to join the cast for the upcoming jaunt through Europe, scheduled for February and March 2013.
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