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.
Rhino Wants to 'Start Your Ear Off Right' With Reissues from Bad Company, the Cars, Devo a…
Seeking to enliven "a barren wasteland in the world of new music releases," Rhino has unveiled the "Start Your Ear Off Right" campaign.
Why Bad Company Struggled Through Platinum-Selling 'Holy Water'
"It was a very dysfunctional band," the late singer Brian Howe told UCR. "It really was. It wasn’t a pleasure."
Paul Rodgers Talks About Bad Company Reissues and Possible New Music: Exclusive Interview
Bad Company recently announced plans to release reissues of their first two albums, 1974's Bad Company and the following year's Straight Shooter.
Hear Bad Company's 'Little Miss Fortune' Demo
Bad Company fans can get warmed up for the upcoming deluxe reissues of the band's first two LPs with an advance stream of the demo for "Little Miss Fortune," one of more than 20 previously unreleased bonus tracks spread between the remastered albums.
Bad Company's First Two Albums to Be Reissued With Bonus Tracks
Bad Company's first two albums will be remastered and expanded with rare and previously unreleased bonus tracks.
Bad Company's 'Feel Like Makin' Love' Used in New Craftsman Tools Commercial
Usually, the idea of breaking out the tools while Bad Company's 'Feel Like Makin' Love' plays is something that shouldn't be discussed in public.
How Bad Company's Debut Changed Perceptions About Supergroups
As often as not, rock supergroups turn out to be depressingly less than the sum of their parts. Bad Company was something different.
AC/DC Vs. Bad Company – Ultimate Classic Rock Hall of Fame, Round One
Vote now to decide whether AC/DC or Bad Company will enter the Ultimate Classic Rock Hall of Fame.
Bad Company and Lynyrd Skynyrd Announce Summer 2014 Tour
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.