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Bad Company – 2014 Concert Schedule

One can't think of supergroup Bad Company without humming the familiar melodies of "Can't Get Enough," "Feel Like Makin' Love," "Good Lovin' Gone Bad," and "Bad Company." The band's singles continue to dominate classic rock stations until this day, and new generations of fans are eagerly discovering their unforgettable music. As Bad Company's classic tunes fill the venue, you and the audience will feel as though you've been transported back to the 70s. Just imagine being able to relive the magic of Bad Company's music live in concert again. Well, now you can, as Bad Company embarks on their 2014 concert tour. If you never saw them during the height of their popularity, now is your second chance to catch the legendary rockers when they perform at a venue near you. To get your tickets to experience Bad Company live in concert, visit StubHub today. But don't wait – Bad Company concert tickets are known to go fast, and you don't want to miss out on this show!


About Bad Company

The English rock group Bad Company released their self-titled debut album in 1974, which was an immediate success internationally. Their debut album reached the number one spot on Billboard's Pop Albums chart, and produced their first hit singles, "Movin' On" and "Can't Get Enough." It has since been certified 5x platinum, and was one of the best-selling albums of the 1970s. Their follow-up album "Straight Shooter," likewise was a huge hit, and made it to the number 3 position on the Billboard Pop Albums chart. The album was certified gold just a month after its release, and it eventually went platinum. "Straight Shooter" included the famous songs "Feel Like Makin' Love" and "Good Lovin' Gone Bad."

By this point, Bad Company was unstoppable, and their third album, "Run With The Pack" was also certified platinum. It has sold over three million copies in the United States, and hit the number five position on the Pop Albums charts. Songs from this album include "Young Blood," "Silver, Blue and Gold," and "Live For The Music." After the release of their third album, Bad Company went on to release several more, including "Burnin' Sky" in 1977 and "Desolation Angels" in 1979. After a brief hiatus, the band returned to the studio to begin recording their record, "Rough Diamonds," which was later released in 1982. Shortly after the release of "Rough Diamonds," the original lineup disbanded.

Bad Company eventually regrouped with a slightly different lineup, and released several more records into the 90s and beyond. Their ninth album, "Holy Water," enjoyed great success, with the singles "Holy Water," "Boys Cry Tough," "If You Needed Somebody," and "Walk Through Fire" all performing well on the charts. Like several of their albums before it, "Holy Water" went platinum as well.


Bad Company's Breakthrough Album

Backed by an impressive lineup consisting of Paul Rodgers on vocals, Mick Ralphs on guitar and keys, Simon Kirke on drums, and Boz Burrell on bass, Bad Company was ready to become a breakout band. They went on to release their self-titled debut album in 1974, and fans all over the world were blown away. The album charted well worldwide, reaching number 7 in Canada, number 17 in Norway, number 3 in the UK, and number 1 on the US Billboard 200. The singles "Can't Get Enough" and "Movin' On" were also massively successful, enjoying number 5 and 19 positions on the Pop Singles charts. The success of their debut album allowed Bad Company to play huge, sold-out arenas, which is what they became synonymous with. Bad Company continued to release many more successful records in the years that followed, several of which achieved platinum status.


Bad Company Trivia

What events were rumored to have inspired their song "Shooting Star?"

The song "Shooting Star" from Bad Company's second album, "Straight Shooter," was rumored to have been inspired by young rock stars who had died early, including Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, and Jim Morrison.


Fan Experience

You've heard their songs on nearly every classic rock station around, and now it's time to see the legendary rockers live in concert. Whether you've been a fan since they first appeared on the scene, or you've just recently discovered their music, Bad Company's concerts never disappoint. With famous songs like "Young Blood," "Silver, Blue and Gold," and "Live For The Music," you just can't go wrong. Bad Company dominated the airwaves in the 70s and 80s, and it's no surprise why. Now, you get to experience all of their amazing hits live in concert. Fans young and old will be able to have the time of their lives as they rock out to some of the best classic rock songs around. Are you ready to rock? Then head over to StubHub today to get your tickets to see Bad Company live in concert.

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