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Bad Company

Band
1973 / Present
Great Britain Great Britain

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Band Bad Company

Overview

History

Bad Company is a 1970s British blues-rock group fronted by Paul "The Voice" Rodgers. Their name came from a ‘70s Western movie and they were formed by former members of Mott the Hoople, Free, and King Crimson. Members were Paul Rodgers (singer/pianist), Mick Ralphs (guitarist), Boz Burrell (bassist), and Simon Kirke (drummer).
Their hits include “Shooting Star,” “Bad Company,” “Feel Like Makin’ Love,” “Rock ‘N’ Roll Fantasy,” "Ready for Love," and “Can’t Get Enough,” most of which are off of the albums Straight Shooter and Bad Company.
In the mid 80`s Rodgers & Burrell left the band. New singer Brian Howe, who had worked with Ted Nugent earlier, made 4 albums with the band. Year 1990`s LP Holy water contained big hit "If you needed somebody". Their style was then more like melodic rock.

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Members

Boz Burrell
Present
Paul Rodgers
Present
Simon Kirke
1973 - Present
Rick Wills
1992 - Present
Mick Ralphs
1973 - 2000
Robert Hart
1994 - 1998
Brian Howe
1986 - 1994

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Discography

Studio Album

1974
Album has 18 releases
1975
Album has 17 releases
1976
Album has 9 releases
1977
Album has 4 releases
1979
Album has 5 releases
1982
Album has 3 releases
1986
Album has 5 releases
1988
Album has 2 releases
1990
Album has 3 releases
1992
Album has 2 releases
1995
Album has 2 releases
1996
Album has 2 releases

Single

1970
Album has 2 releases