[MusicActu.com] - Formé en par deux anciens membres du groupe Free (Paul Rodgers, chanteur et compositeur, et Simon Kirke, batteur du groupe), Bad Company a largement été influencé par l'approche blues-rock de Free. Très vite, Paul Rodgers rencontre le guitariste
[VillageSoup Belfast (blog)] - Paul Rodgers has one of the greatest blues-rock voices and it was terrific when he got back together with original bandmates guitarist Mick Ralphs (Mott the Hoople) and drummer Simon Kirke (Free, along with Rodgers) a decade ago.
[Blu-rayDefinition.com] - One of the original super-groups, Bad Company exploded onto the rock scene in made up of members from Free (vocalist Paul Rodgers and drummer Simon Kirke), Mott The Hoople (guitarist Mick Ralphs) and King Crimson (original bassist Boz Burrell who
[Windsor Star] - Last year, Rodgers toured a Bad Company reunion with Simon Kirke and Mick Ralphs, which resulted in a live DVD of their show at Wembley Stadium. Rodgers is also preparing a live solo DVD recorded in Birmingham, Eng. He has been recording demos in
[Houston Press (blog)] - Changing lineups, breakups, and sporadic reunions marked the '80s to recent times, but the remaining original members - Paul Rodgers (vocals), Mick Ralphs (guitar), and Simon Kirke (drums) - got back together for this run of dates - including this
[Guitar International] - Check out GI's interview with Bad Company drummer Simon Kirke. Rodgers also talked of a possible future blues project: “the Smithsonian Institute asked me to put together a blues album with the surviving blues guys that are around… like Albert King
[Guitar International] and features the original founding members, minuse bassist Boz Burell, who passed away in Singer Paul Rodgers, axe-man Mick Ralphs, and drummer Simon Kirke were joined on stage by Lynn Sorenson on bass and Howard Leese providing back-up guitar.