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Bad Company burst upon the rock’n’roll scene in 1973, and was immediately dubbed a super-group by fans and press alike, as its members all came from very successful popular bands: Free (Rodgers and Kirke), Mott The Hoople (Ralphs) and King Crimson (Burrell).
They continue to live up to that hype and are one of the strongest successful touring bands today.
“I’ve decided to sit this upcoming US tour out,” guitarist Mick Ralphs commented.
“The travel required to do these dates is something I’m just not feeling up for at the moment.
This is something both co-headliners are really excited about.
“We wanted to open it up, meet our fans and give back something special to as many people as possible who have been supporting both our bands all these years,” said Walsh.
“Paul and I agreed it would be a hell of an evening of music, one that will be memorable for everyone who comes, and memorable for us, and that’s important in this day and age.” “I’ve loved Joe Walsh since I first heard the James Gang many years ago, looking forward to playing with him again! "Getting back on stage with Mick and Paul is always a thrill for me,” added Bad Company drummer Simon Kirke.
There's nothing like playing in my home country...” Simon Kirke added.
(More on that in a bit.) Continue reading at March 17, 2016 – Bad Company will have a new guest guitarist with them for their upcoming summer tour: Rich Robinson.
As the co-founding member of The Black Crowes, Rich has released three solo albums; his most recent one being in 2014.
As co-headliners they will rotate the headlining spot each show.
As for who will headline in what city Walsh playfully quipped: “I told Paul, if it’s a long bus ride I go first!
"Returning to the UK with Bad Company where it all began 40 plus years ago is full circle for the band and the fans.