At ScoreBig, you’ll save on every Bad Company ticket, every day. Plus with no fees and free shipping, we know you’ll score some awesome seats at a great price. When Bad Company initially formed some 30+ years ago, the band was considered quite the English rock ’n’ roll supergroup because it included members of other chart-topping acts like Free, Mott the Hoople and King Crimson. Combined with the success of hits like “Can’t Get Enough,” “Good Lovin’ Gone Bad” and “Feel Like Makin’ Love,” the band ruled the airwaves in the 1970s and through the glory of classic-rock radio, continue to do so today.
Over the years, the personnel has rotated slightly, but the band still jams like pros when they play live. After a successful tour with Lynyrd Skynyrd, last year, Bad Company are teaming back up with the Southern rockers for another stint this summer, which will also commemorate the reissue of two of the band’s definitive albums, 1974’s Bad Company and 1975’s Straight Shooter. “The first record, it was fantastic,” singer Paul Rogers said in a recent interview with Radio.com. “We had great material, a really good band and we really believed in ourselves, and we had Peter Grant as our manager [an industry powerhouse who also managed Led Zeppelin]. It turned out to be a very iconic album in retrospect. We didn’t really have an image as such. We were just four guys playing all these songs together.” Forty years later, it’s great to see the quartet can continue to do so.
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