Singer Paul Rodgers and drummer Simon Kirke formed Bad Company -- after they split from their previous band, Free -- with Mott the Hoople guitarist Mick Ralphs and King Crimson bassist Boz Burrell. Their self-titled debut album, released on Led Zeppelin's custom label Swan Song, was an immediate hit, going straight to No. 1. Rodgers left the band in 1982 and was replaced by Brian Howe, who was replaced in 1995 by Robert Hart. There have been many lineup changes along the way, but the core quartet made the band's best-known songs, like "Can't Get Enough" and "Feel Like Makin' Love," both of which hit the Top 10 in the mid-'70s.
Bad Company Begin Summer Tour With Joe Walsh: Videos and Set List
Bad Company and Joe Walsh kicked off their One Hell of a Night tour in Dallas last night with career-spanning set lists highlighting successes from their storied pasts.
Bad Company's Paul Rodgers Talks About the Band's Journey, New Music and More: Exclusive I…
Bad Company just released Live in Concert 1977 & 1979, their first-ever official live album featuring the original lineup.
Win a Signed Paul Rodgers Guitar and Bad Company's New Live CD
We're giving away a guitar signed by Paul Rodgers and a copy of Bad Company's new CD, 'Live in Concert 1977 & 1979.'
Bad Company Replaces Mick Ralphs with Black Crowes' Rich Robinson
Bad Company will tour with Rich Robinson, formerly of the Black Crowes, after founding guitarist Mick Ralphs decided he wasn't up for the band's upcoming tour with Joe Walsh.
Why Bad Company Stayed the Course on 'Desolation Angels'
After some badly needed time away, they re-emerged with another solid 10-track slab of blues-influenced rock.
Bad Company and Joe Walsh Announce 'One Hell of a Night' Tour
Confirming recent rumors, Bad Company and Joe Walsh have announced plans to embark on a 25-date co-headlinining tour this summer.
Bad Company to Release Long-Overdue Classic-Era Live Album
Bad Company has only previously released one other classic-era live album, but the project was withdrawn over legal concerns.
Are Bad Company and Joe Walsh Planning a Summer 2016 Tour?
The two acts have one date booked together, although only Walsh has confirmed it.
Why Bad Company Started to Lose Momentum on 'Run With the Pack'
After two albums of big riffs, big beats and big vocals, they seemed eager to expand their palette.
Update: Reports of a New Bad Company Album Shot Down
If the rumors are true, it would be their first album with Paul Rodgers since 1982.