Get your Bad Company tickets now! The rock supergroup is launching the "One Hell of a Night" tour in 2016 alongside Joe Walsh. Making stops at venues across the country, this is one tour you don't want to miss! Find your cheap Bad Company tickets today on TicketNetwork.com!
|Date & Time||Event||Location|
Sep 01, 2016
|Bad Company||Marysville, WA|
Sep 03, 2016
|Bad Company||Pomona, CA|
Los Angeles County Fair
Sep 04, 2016
|Bad Company||Murphys, CA|
Ironstone Amphitheatre At Ironstone Vineyards
Sep 08, 2016
|Bad Company||Dallas, TX|
The Bomb Factory
Sep 11, 2016
|Bad Company & Blue Oyster Cult||Oklahoma City, OK|
Oklahoma City Zoo Amphitheatre
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|Current Tour:||"One Hell of a Night" Tour|
|Discography:||Bad Company (1974)
Straight Shooter (1975)
Run with the Pack (1976)
Burnin' Sky (1977)
Desolation Angels (1979)
Rough Diamonds (1982)
Fame and Fortune (1986)
Dangerous Age (1988)
Holy Water (1990)
Here Comes Trouble (1992)
Company of Strangers (1995)
Stories Told & Untold (1996)
In March 2016, Bad Company announced they were teaming up with Joe Walsh for the "One Hell of a Night" tour. The 25-date circuit will begin on May 12 at Gexa Energy Pavilion in Dallas, TX, and will crisscross the United States, making stops at venues such as Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, CO, Xfinity Center in Mansfield, MA, and Chastain Park Amphitheatre in Atlanta. The tour's last show is scheduled for July 3 at Carl Black Chevy Woods Amphitheatre in Nashville.
Bad Company and Joe Walsh will alternate as headliners for each show on the trek. English musician Steve Rodgers will open each concert on the tour with an acoustic set.
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Bad Company is an English rock supergroup formed in 1973 by Paul Rodgers and Simon Kirke of Free, Mott the Hoople guitarist Mick Ralphs, and King Crimson bassist Boz Burrell. Throughout the 1970s and early 1980s, Bad Company released a total of six albums. Their debut album, 1974's Bad Company reached number one on the Billboard 200 and has been certified five times platinum in the United States.
After the release of Rough Diamonds in 1982, fans all over the country were looking to buy Bad Company tickets, however the members of Bad Company thought it would be best to disband. The band's hiatus turned out to be short-lived, and Bad Company was resurrected in 1986, although there were some changes in the band's lineup.
Today, Bad Company has gone on to release 12 albums. Even though their most recent album was released in 1996, the group continues to perform to this day. Bad Company's current lineup consists of Simon Kirke, Mick Ralphs, Paul Rodgers, Howard Leese, and Todd Ronning.