Bad Company announce 'Swan Song' UK tour


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Bad Company will return to the UK for the first time in four years for a run of shows in October, 2016. The band features original members Paul Rodgers, Mick Ralphs and Simon Kirke. Support on the dates is provided by RSO the collaboration between ex Bon Jovi guitarist Richie Sambora and Orianthi with Steve or Jasmine Rodgers as the opening act. Tickets go on sale June 3rd.

Tickets are on-sale from 9am on Friday 3rd June priced at £60 / £50 adv Regionally & London £65.00/ £55.00adv (subject to per-ticket charge plus order processing fee) and are available from www.livenation.co.uk

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.

Despite their reputation as one of the most exciting live bands to ever rock an arena, Bad Company never released a live album during its meteoric rise to the top of the charts until last month. LIVE IN CONCERT 1977 & 1979 was released last month via Rhino Records and also debuted on the UK album charts.

BAD COMPANY ‘SWAN SONG’ TOUR

Saturday                       Oct 15              Leeds First Direct Arena

Monday                        Oct 17              Cardiff Motorpoint Arena

Wednesday                   Oct 19              Nottingham Motorpoint Arena

Friday                           Oct 21              Birmingham Genting Arena

Monday                        Oct 24              Manchester Arena

Tuesday                 Oct 25              Glasgow The SSE Hydro

Thursday                Oct 27              Newcastle Metro Radio Arena

Saturday                       Oct 29              The O2, London

Returning to the UK with Bad Company where it all began 40 plus years ago is full circle for the band and the fans. It’s always a pleasure to play in the UK
— Paul Rodgers - Bad Company