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Mensaje por Gregg Mar 8 Nov 2016 - 9:00

Forza Mick !
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Mensaje por Gregg Mar 8 Nov 2016 - 9:03

@from the mars hotel escribió:Super casualidades de la vida :de mini vacaciones en London,estaba haciendo las tipicas fotos pasando por el paso de cebra de Abbey Road y veo en la otro acera a Roy Batty.!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! que ilusión cheers cheers cheers cheers  por motivos de trabajo está bastante desconectado del foro,y también estuvo en el concierto de Bad Co ......Roy rules!!!!!!!!!!!

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yes, RR !! (Roy rules)
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Mensaje por from the mars hotel Vie 11 Nov 2016 - 19:10

Mick update. I saw Mick today. He was sleeping peacefully, after having his phisio, which he started this week. His drop has gone, and he is off Oxygen. The feeling to his left side, is continuing to come back very slowly, and he was looking better. A huge amount of praise goes to his two sons, Ben and Jim, who is his constant care companions, and are both fiercely protective of Mick, but have asked me to thank all the well wishers, for there cards, and words of support.



bien,bien.............. :Iroks:
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Mensaje por PaulKossoff Vie 11 Nov 2016 - 20:25

@from the mars hotel escribió:Mick update. I saw Mick today. He was sleeping peacefully, after having his phisio, which he started this week. His drop has gone, and he is off Oxygen. The feeling to his left side, is continuing to come back very slowly, and he was looking better. A huge amount of praise goes to his two sons, Ben and Jim, who is his constant care companions, and are both fiercely protective of Mick, but have asked me to thank all the well wishers, for there cards, and words of support.



bien,bien.............. :Iroks:

Venngaaa! cheers
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Mensaje por from the mars hotel Vie 18 Nov 2016 - 20:52

Mick update. Mick is continuing to progress. His speech is returning, and the physio is helping to stimulate his left side. He is in good spirits, and is comfortable. and he thanks each and everyone of you for the cards, and the good wishes that you have sent to him. He can't wait to get his Gibson back on


Guitar Guitar Guitar Guitar Guitar
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Mensaje por PaulKossoff Vie 18 Nov 2016 - 21:58

@from the mars hotel escribió:Mick update. Mick is continuing to progress. His speech is returning, and the physio is helping to stimulate his left side. He is in good spirits, and is comfortable. and he thanks each and everyone of you for the cards, and the good wishes that you have sent to him. He can't wait to get his Gibson back on


Guitar  Guitar  Guitar  Guitar  Guitar

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Mensaje por from the mars hotel Sáb 7 Ene 2017 - 13:51

Mick update. It looks like Micks effort with his physio is paying off. I saw him on Thursday, and he has gone from barely able to support himself when sitting, to sitting for around an hour, unsupported when he does his physio, in three weeks. His vision is a lot better, and he is focused, and determined to walk,as soon as he can, but it will take time as he has been bed bound since the stroke hit him, so he has a lot of work ahead to build his muscles back up. He, again conveys his thanks for the cards, letters and words of support, it really does mean a lot to him, and sends love to you all.
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Mensaje por PaulKossoff Sáb 7 Ene 2017 - 16:10

@from the mars hotel escribió:Mick update. It looks like Micks effort with his physio is paying off. I saw him on Thursday, and he has gone from barely able to support himself when sitting, to sitting for around an hour, unsupported when he does his physio, in three weeks. His vision is a lot better, and he is focused, and determined to walk,as soon as he can, but it will take time as he has been bed bound since the stroke hit him, so he has a lot of work ahead to build his muscles back up. He, again conveys his thanks for the cards, letters and words of support, it really does mean a lot to him, and sends love to you all.

Poquito a poco pero ha sido un palo muy duro ... Crying or Very sad
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Mensaje por John Constantine Jue 26 Ene 2017 - 21:22

Paul Rodgers girará por UK tocando temas de Free, mañana a las 9 salen a la venta. Si no se pasan mucho me apuntaré a la fecha de Glasgow, el recital que se pegó con Bad Co. en octubre fue antológico:

http://www.paulrodgers.com/paul-rodgers-announces-free-spirit-uk-tour/

May 2017

Friday 5th – Clyde Auditorium | Glasgow
Sunday 7th – City Hall | Newcastle
Monday 8th – O2 Apollo | Manchester
Wednesday 10th – Colston Hall | Bristol
Friday 12th – Pavilions | Plymouth
Sunday 14th – New Theatre | Oxford
Wednesday 17th – De Montfort Hall | Leicester
Friday 19th – City Hall | Sheffield
Saturday 20th – Royal Concert Hall | Nottingham
Monday 22nd – Cliffs Pavilion | Southend
Tuesday 23rd – Regent Theatre | Ipswich
Thursday 25th – Guildhall | Portsmouth
Saturday 27th – Symphony Hall | Birmingham
Sunday 28th – Royal Albert Hall | London
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Mensaje por danitoledo Jue 26 Ene 2017 - 21:26

Ya se ha comentado en el hilo de Free.
Ahora mismo podrías pillarlas, ya que hay preventa a través de Livenation.co.uk.

Los precios son caros, eso si, muy caros.
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Mensaje por John Constantine Jue 26 Ene 2017 - 21:44

@danitoledo escribió:Ya se ha comentado en el hilo de Free.
Ahora mismo podrías pillarlas, ya que hay preventa a través de Livenation.co.uk.

Los precios son caros, eso si, muy caros.

Ah vale, voy a echarle un vistazo. Me acabo de enterar del tour Laughing
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Mensaje por GhostofCain Jue 26 Ene 2017 - 22:50

@John Constantine escribió:Paul Rodgers girará por UK tocando temas de Free, mañana a las 9 salen a la venta. Si no se pasan mucho me apuntaré a la fecha de Glasgow, el recital que se pegó con Bad Co. en octubre fue antológico:

http://www.paulrodgers.com/paul-rodgers-announces-free-spirit-uk-tour/

May 2017

Friday 5th – Clyde Auditorium | Glasgow
Sunday 7th – City Hall | Newcastle
Monday 8th – O2 Apollo | Manchester
Wednesday 10th – Colston Hall | Bristol
Friday 12th – Pavilions | Plymouth
Sunday 14th – New Theatre | Oxford
Wednesday 17th – De Montfort Hall | Leicester
Friday 19th – City Hall | Sheffield
Saturday 20th – Royal Concert Hall | Nottingham
Monday 22nd – Cliffs Pavilion | Southend
Tuesday 23rd – Regent Theatre | Ipswich
Thursday 25th – Guildhall | Portsmouth
Saturday 27th – Symphony Hall | Birmingham
Sunday 28th – Royal Albert Hall | London

Nada, no viene a Guildford. Mad
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Mensaje por John Constantine Jue 26 Ene 2017 - 23:18

@GhostofCain escribió:
@John Constantine escribió:Paul Rodgers girará por UK tocando temas de Free, mañana a las 9 salen a la venta. Si no se pasan mucho me apuntaré a la fecha de Glasgow, el recital que se pegó con Bad Co. en octubre fue antológico:

http://www.paulrodgers.com/paul-rodgers-announces-free-spirit-uk-tour/

May 2017

Friday 5th – Clyde Auditorium | Glasgow
Sunday 7th – City Hall | Newcastle
Monday 8th – O2 Apollo | Manchester
Wednesday 10th – Colston Hall | Bristol
Friday 12th – Pavilions | Plymouth
Sunday 14th – New Theatre | Oxford
Wednesday 17th – De Montfort Hall | Leicester
Friday 19th – City Hall | Sheffield
Saturday 20th – Royal Concert Hall | Nottingham
Monday 22nd – Cliffs Pavilion | Southend
Tuesday 23rd – Regent Theatre | Ipswich
Thursday 25th – Guildhall | Portsmouth
Saturday 27th – Symphony Hall | Birmingham
Sunday 28th – Royal Albert Hall | London

Nada, no viene a Guildford. Mad

Poh eso no estaba al lao de Londres... Cool
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Mensaje por GhostofCain Jue 26 Ene 2017 - 23:29

@John Constantine escribió:
@GhostofCain escribió:
@John Constantine escribió:Paul Rodgers girará por UK tocando temas de Free, mañana a las 9 salen a la venta. Si no se pasan mucho me apuntaré a la fecha de Glasgow, el recital que se pegó con Bad Co. en octubre fue antológico:

http://www.paulrodgers.com/paul-rodgers-announces-free-spirit-uk-tour/

May 2017

Friday 5th – Clyde Auditorium | Glasgow
Sunday 7th – City Hall | Newcastle
Monday 8th – O2 Apollo | Manchester
Wednesday 10th – Colston Hall | Bristol
Friday 12th – Pavilions | Plymouth
Sunday 14th – New Theatre | Oxford
Wednesday 17th – De Montfort Hall | Leicester
Friday 19th – City Hall | Sheffield
Saturday 20th – Royal Concert Hall | Nottingham
Monday 22nd – Cliffs Pavilion | Southend
Tuesday 23rd – Regent Theatre | Ipswich
Thursday 25th – Guildhall | Portsmouth
Saturday 27th – Symphony Hall | Birmingham
Sunday 28th – Royal Albert Hall | London

Nada, no viene a Guildford. Mad

Poh eso no estaba al lao de Londres... Cool

Sí, cerca, pero el bolo de Londres coincide con el segundo show de Iron Maiden en el O2, y el de Portsmouth, con la pasta que cuestan las entradas (entre £61.25 y £94.25 para las entradas estándar; los hot tickets £180.75), se pone en un pico.

Por lo tanto, dado que Paul Rodgers no viene a verme, yo no voy a verlo. Laughing
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Mensaje por John Constantine Jue 26 Ene 2017 - 23:34

@GhostofCain escribió:
@John Constantine escribió:
@GhostofCain escribió:
@John Constantine escribió:Paul Rodgers girará por UK tocando temas de Free, mañana a las 9 salen a la venta. Si no se pasan mucho me apuntaré a la fecha de Glasgow, el recital que se pegó con Bad Co. en octubre fue antológico:

http://www.paulrodgers.com/paul-rodgers-announces-free-spirit-uk-tour/

May 2017

Friday 5th – Clyde Auditorium | Glasgow
Sunday 7th – City Hall | Newcastle
Monday 8th – O2 Apollo | Manchester
Wednesday 10th – Colston Hall | Bristol
Friday 12th – Pavilions | Plymouth
Sunday 14th – New Theatre | Oxford
Wednesday 17th – De Montfort Hall | Leicester
Friday 19th – City Hall | Sheffield
Saturday 20th – Royal Concert Hall | Nottingham
Monday 22nd – Cliffs Pavilion | Southend
Tuesday 23rd – Regent Theatre | Ipswich
Thursday 25th – Guildhall | Portsmouth
Saturday 27th – Symphony Hall | Birmingham
Sunday 28th – Royal Albert Hall | London

Nada, no viene a Guildford. Mad

Poh eso no estaba al lao de Londres... Cool

Sí, cerca, pero el bolo de Londres coincide con el segundo show de Iron Maiden en el O2, y el de Portsmouth, con la pasta que cuestan las entradas (entre £61.25 y £94.25 para las entradas estándar; los hot tickets £180.75), se pone en un pico.

Por lo tanto, dado que Paul Rodgers no viene a verme, yo no voy a verlo. Laughing

Ah ya, mayo está ya petado de conciertos caros por aquí. Se ha sobrado bastante el amigo con los precios, sí.
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Mensaje por GhostofCain Jue 26 Ene 2017 - 23:52

@John Constantine escribió:
@GhostofCain escribió:Sí, cerca, pero el bolo de Londres coincide con el segundo show de Iron Maiden en el O2, y el de Portsmouth, con la pasta que cuestan las entradas (entre £61.25 y £94.25 para las entradas estándar; los hot tickets £180.75), se pone en un pico.

Por lo tanto, dado que Paul Rodgers no viene a verme, yo no voy a verlo. Laughing

Ah ya, mayo está ya petado de conciertos caros por aquí. Se ha sobrado bastante el amigo con los precios, sí.

Bonito eufemismo. Laughing
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Mensaje por GhostofCain Vie 27 Ene 2017 - 11:32

@GhostofCain escribió:
@John Constantine escribió:
@GhostofCain escribió:Sí, cerca, pero el bolo de Londres coincide con el segundo show de Iron Maiden en el O2, y el de Portsmouth, con la pasta que cuestan las entradas (entre £61.25 y £94.25 para las entradas estándar; los hot tickets £180.75), se pone en un pico.

Por lo tanto, dado que Paul Rodgers no viene a verme, yo no voy a verlo. Laughing

Ah ya, mayo está ya petado de conciertos caros por aquí. Se ha sobrado bastante el amigo con los precios, sí.

Bonito eufemismo. Laughing

Precios en el Portsmouth Guildhall para las entradas de la plebe:

Stalls:

Primeras filas (A-G) £94.25
Siguientes filas (H-O) £72.25
Filas del final (P-U) £61.25

Upper Stalls: de £61.25 a £72.25

Circle: de £61.25 a £72.25

Luego tenemos los Hot Tickets a £180.75

- Souvenir Paul Rodgers tour laminate + lanyard
- Merchandise item created exclusively for package purchasers
- Commemorative concert ticket
- Designated check-in with our on-site event staff


Para el que quiera hacer un esfuerzo, meet and greet a £275.75:

- Seated Golden Circle ticket in rows 1-3 to see Paul Rodgers live (ticket face value: £85) Menos mal, incluye el ticket. Laughing
- Meet & Greet with Paul Rodgers
- Professional photo opportunity with Paul Rodgers
- Souvenir Paul Rodgers tour laminate + lanyard
- Merchandise item created exclusively for package purchasers
- Commemorative concert ticket
- Designated check-in with our on-site event staff


Pablito, te has pasado un poco. Shocked Laughing
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Mensaje por Gregg Vie 27 Ene 2017 - 12:27

¿gastos para el carnaval, quizás?
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Mensaje por John Constantine Vie 27 Ene 2017 - 13:53

Pasando esta vez, Paul. Y para variar, todas las localidades de pista de los sitios que he mirado están ya agotadas Rolling Eyes
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Mensaje por from the mars hotel Dom 2 Abr 2017 - 10:44

A long overdue update on Mick. He is now settled in his care home, and his boys are still very much in attendance. Hes finding the physio very tough, but is trying his very best. He sends his love to all, and thanks each and every one of you that sends Birthday wishes. He had a great day yesterday with Ben and family, and Jim, but was very tired today. He loves to hear how things musical are doing, and news of Bad Co, Ian Hunter, and his Blues Band are very welcome, and brings a smile to his face. Hes determined to get back on his feet again, which is very hard for the visitors to take, but we all stay very positive, and supportive. much love to you all.



:Iroks: :Iroks: :Iroks: :Iroks: :Iroks: :Iroks:
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Mensaje por PaulKossoff Dom 2 Abr 2017 - 11:49

Bien!
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Mensaje por from the mars hotel Mar 16 Mayo 2017 - 9:03

Great to see Mick yesterday doing so well. Sharp as a needle and funny as hell. - Paul

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Mensaje por PaulKossoff Mar 16 Mayo 2017 - 9:36

@from the mars hotel escribió:Great to see Mick yesterday doing so well. Sharp as a needle and funny as hell. - Paul

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Está en una silla de ruedas ... Sad Sad
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Mensaje por from the mars hotel Mar 16 Mayo 2017 - 9:42

@PaulKossoff escribió:
@from the mars hotel escribió:Great to see Mick yesterday doing so well. Sharp as a needle and funny as hell. - Paul

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Está en una silla de ruedas ... Sad Sad

pobre,pensaba que no estaba tan echo polvo............. No No No No Crying or Very sad Crying or Very sad Crying or Very sad
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Mensaje por Gregg Mar 16 Mayo 2017 - 10:31

si, aunque en la foto lo han querido disimular un poco, está en una silla de ruedas ... Sad2
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Mensaje por from the mars hotel Mar 16 Mayo 2017 - 11:24

@Gregg escribió:si, aunque en la foto lo han querido disimular un poco, está en una silla de ruedas ... Sad2

vaya putadón............ Crying or Very sad Crying or Very sad Crying or Very sad ............ya se nota que no está bien...............esperemos que se recupere,no para volver a rockear,sino para tener una buena calidad de vida....................
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Mensaje por PaulKossoff Mar 16 Mayo 2017 - 19:46

@from the mars hotel escribió:
@Gregg escribió:si, aunque en la foto lo han querido disimular un poco, está en una silla de ruedas ... Sad2

vaya putadón............ Crying or Very sad Crying or Very sad Crying or Very sad ............ya se nota que no está bien...............esperemos que se recupere,no para volver a rockear,sino para tener una buena calidad de vida....................

Eso es lo mas importante y Es posdible que se recupere totalmente, pero el ictus ha sido bien fuerte.
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Mensaje por red ryder Mar 16 Mayo 2017 - 20:28

Que suerte haber podido verlo en su gira por salas hace unos años. Un tipo muy majo. Ojalá se recupere lo más pronto posible.
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Mensaje por from the mars hotel Sáb 9 Sep 2017 - 23:13

So an update on Mick, way overdue, but its not good. It seems that Mick has reached the plateau of what his body will let him do, but his left side is still none responsive. Everyone that sees
Mick gives him all the encouragement that they can, but its really hard to see our friend just laying there, with only his right side working. We all hope that Mick can turn this around but its not looking good. He thanks you all for your continued good wishes, and in there, somewhere, is the kindest, most inoffensive, and nicest rock royalty, you will ever meet, and its been my privilege to know and gig with. I will always support him, and he will always be my friend. I Will not post any pictures of Mick. Please just remember how he was playing his guitar, and just being Mick. Dicky


collons,que bajonazo............... Crying or Very sad Crying or Very sad Crying or Very sad
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Mensaje por Gregg Dom 10 Sep 2017 - 0:35

Crying or Very sad demonios, precisamente hoy (sábado) a primera hora de la tarde me puse el Run With the Pack
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Mensaje por from the mars hotel Dom 10 Sep 2017 - 20:57

@Gregg escribió:Crying or Very sad demonios, precisamente hoy (sábado) a primera hora de la tarde me puse el Run With the Pack

aunque involuntario , gran homenaje a Mick............. :Iroks: :Iroks: :Iroks: :Iroks:
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Mensaje por PaulKossoff Dom 10 Sep 2017 - 21:53

Crying or Very sad Crying or Very sad Crying or Very sad
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Mensaje por red ryder Dom 10 Sep 2017 - 22:40

Que pena. Aún recuerdo cuando vino de gira hace 3-4 años y el se mostró muy simpático y nos firmó discos e hizo fotos.
Me apena mucho esta noticia. Es uno de los grandes compositores de la historia del rock.
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Mensaje por manel. Sáb 30 Dic 2017 - 19:39

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Mensaje por Jesse James Sáb 30 Dic 2017 - 19:46

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Mensaje por uno cualquiera Sáb 30 Dic 2017 - 20:00

Ahora me entero del ictus de Ralphs  
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Precisamente hace poco estuve viendo el documental sobre Mott y me llamó mucho la atención lo rápido que habla este home, se le ve un tío inteligente y divertido. Una suerte haberlo visto con su compinche Ian Hunter en la Capitol, un concierto realmente especial.
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Bad Company
The Joint at The Hard Rock Hotel & Casino
Tulsa, Oklahoma
October 26, 2017

By Jeb Wright

Set List:
Bad Company | Live for the Music | Gone, Gone, Gone |Feel Like Makin' Love | Honey Child | Burnin' Sky | Run with the Pack | Ready for Love | Young Blood (The Coasters cover) | Rock Steady | Movin' On | Shooting Star | Can't Get Enough

Encore:
Rock 'n' Roll Fantasy

Encore 2:
Seagull

Can someone tell me why Bad Company is not in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame? It makes absolutely no sense. The songs are all smash hits and the band is led by one of the most talented vocalists of all time in Paul Rodgers. Sure…there are many bands that deserve the Hall that are not in it…but Bad Co? You gotta be kidding me?

On this night, at the Hard Rock in Tulsa, Oklahoma Bad Company blazed through a main set of 13 tunes, 11 of which are still FM radio staples to this day, and two encores to a near capacity house. They rocked from start to finish. The band added some extra jams and outros and Rodgers had the crowd eating out of the palm of his hand from the moment he showed up on stage to the second he left it.

Today’ Bad Company is led by Rodgers along with founding member and drummer Simon Kirke. Bassist Todd Ronning does a fine job in place of the late Boz Burrell while Hall of Famer from Heart Howard Leese kills it on guitar in place of the ill Mick Ralphs. This is a tight band.

The band opened with the song that is their namesake from their 1974 self-titled album. This was a cool move as the song “Bad Company” usually comes toward the end of their set. Rodgers perched himself at the piano to drummer Kirke’s left. Seeing these two men pounding out the musical passages to this classic tune proved loud and clear that Bad Company are a musical force to be reckoned with. Seeing passion and joy on the faces of these two rock stalwarts so close to each other, still into the music was heartwarming.  

Much of the evening featured songs from the first album and many from 1976’s Run with the Pack including “Live for the Music” which came next in the set. The song featured a simple guitar riff but one that forced you to move. The band dug the groove and the crowd responded positively. Next was “Gone Gone Gone” from 1979’s Desolation Angels.  This is an oft overlooked tune but a killer rock song.  Howard Leese took advantage of the low E theme of the song and snuck in a bit of the classic Heart song “Barracuda.”  Those paying attention caught the coolness by Leese with both the main rhythm and the guitar harmonics being snuck in—just once!  

“Feel Like Makin’ Love” brought the crowd to their feet. Rodgers knocked this one out of the park and even added a harmonica solo! Kirk and Ronning held the rhythm solid while Leese provided the guitar heroics. This song, along with “Shooting Star,” performed later in the set are two of the best rock songs of the 1970s and will go in history as such. “Honey Child” from Pack was a cool addiction as well.  Following that tune thunder rocked the arena as “Burnin’ Sky” from the album of the same name came to life. This is a song that failed to crack the Top 40 as a single when it was released believe it or not. The song has more than stood the test of time as the reaction of the Bad Co fans at the Hard Rock proved!

The band returned to the first album again for “Ready for Love.” This is a great tune but on this night the band stretched out the ending and created an ethereal soundscape. The song became addictive. I would love to hear this live version get recorded!

Rodgers took over and said back in the day the band were goofing around and decided to record a song by The Coasters. With that Bad Co trotted out “Youngblood.” While this has never been what I consider a great song by the band…I gotta admit live it goes down well as the 12-Bar boogie is sure fun to listen to!

“Rock Steady” is one of the hardest rocking songs the band has ever written and on this night it went down killer. It was followed the fun “Movin’ On” and “Shooting Star.” Both went down stellar. Rodgers was smiling ear-to-ear as the crowd took over and sang louder than him on “Shooting Star.” The main set ended with everyone dancing and singing the classic song that started it all, “Can’t Get Enough.”  With that, the band left the stage to a Standing O!

They were not gone long however.

They came out and rocked The Joint with “Rock ‘n’ Roll Fantasy.”  The band jammed out the solo and the crowd decided to sing some more. After the song, the band left the stage but the lights stayed low.

Soon, Rodgers appeared alone with an acoustic guitar. He hit the opening notes of the poignant “Seagull.” This was a daring move. The band had the crowd on Cloud 9 and he was now taking things down a notch to end the evening.

By the second verse Howard Leese appeared with an acoustic guitar and added tasty licks behind Paul’s rhythm 12-string. Next, Todd Ronning and Simon Kirke showed up and put out some drums and bass to the song.  While it never rocked the house it did build up and took the audience on a cool ride. It proved to be a great way to end the show.

At the end of the day, Rodgers is still at the top of his game both vocally and instrumentally. Kirke and Rodgers play off each other well while Ronning does a fine job with the low thumps.

A huge tip of the hat needs to be given to Howard Leese. I’ve seen the man play dozens of times and he never disappoints…but on this night he was on fire. His tone was impeccable and his stage presence screamed rock star…his hair, however, was another story. Howie…a little trim wouldn’t hurt... I mean you still have a full head of hair, but a bit of style might be good! That said, if you play like this every night you can get a perm and it is okay with me!

All kidding aside, this was a near perfect show.  As I often glanced at the big screen it was cool to see Rodgers singing with his eyes closed, immersed in the music he obviously loves.

For me, Bad Company were only four songs away from making this a perfect show.  If they had stuck around and thrown in “Silver, Blue & Gold,” “Can’t Make a Deal with the Preacher,” “Wild Fire Woman” and “Good Lovin’ Gone Bad” I would have fainted!  But…the 15 tunes we did get were rock ‘n’ roll perfection.  If anything is to be said negative it is that it all went by too fast! I could have stayed another hour and a half easily!

This was more than a rock concert…it is a celebration of great music, start to finish.
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Bad Company
The Joint at The Hard Rock Hotel & Casino
Tulsa, Oklahoma
October 26, 2017

By Jeb Wright

Set List:
Bad Company | Live for the Music | Gone, Gone, Gone |Feel Like Makin' Love | Honey Child | Burnin' Sky | Run with the Pack | Ready for Love | Young Blood (The Coasters cover) | Rock Steady | Movin' On | Shooting Star | Can't Get Enough

Encore:
Rock 'n' Roll Fantasy

Encore 2:
Seagull

Can someone tell me why Bad Company is not in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame? It makes absolutely no sense. The songs are all smash hits and the band is led by one of the most talented vocalists of all time in Paul Rodgers. Sure…there are many bands that deserve the Hall that are not in it…but Bad Co? You gotta be kidding me?

On this night, at the Hard Rock in Tulsa, Oklahoma Bad Company blazed through a main set of 13 tunes, 11 of which are still FM radio staples to this day, and two encores to a near capacity house. They rocked from start to finish. The band added some extra jams and outros and Rodgers had the crowd eating out of the palm of his hand from the moment he showed up on stage to the second he left it.

Today’ Bad Company is led by Rodgers along with founding member and drummer Simon Kirke. Bassist Todd Ronning does a fine job in place of the late Boz Burrell while Hall of Famer from Heart Howard Leese kills it on guitar in place of the ill Mick Ralphs. This is a tight band.

The band opened with the song that is their namesake from their 1974 self-titled album. This was a cool move as the song “Bad Company” usually comes toward the end of their set. Rodgers perched himself at the piano to drummer Kirke’s left. Seeing these two men pounding out the musical passages to this classic tune proved loud and clear that Bad Company are a musical force to be reckoned with. Seeing passion and joy on the faces of these two rock stalwarts so close to each other, still into the music was heartwarming.  

Much of the evening featured songs from the first album and many from 1976’s Run with the Pack including “Live for the Music” which came next in the set. The song featured a simple guitar riff but one that forced you to move. The band dug the groove and the crowd responded positively. Next was “Gone Gone Gone” from 1979’s Desolation Angels.  This is an oft overlooked tune but a killer rock song.  Howard Leese took advantage of the low E theme of the song and snuck in a bit of the classic Heart song “Barracuda.”  Those paying attention caught the coolness by Leese with both the main rhythm and the guitar harmonics being snuck in—just once!  

“Feel Like Makin’ Love” brought the crowd to their feet. Rodgers knocked this one out of the park and even added a harmonica solo! Kirk and Ronning held the rhythm solid while Leese provided the guitar heroics. This song, along with “Shooting Star,” performed later in the set are two of the best rock songs of the 1970s and will go in history as such. “Honey Child” from Pack was a cool addiction as well.  Following that tune thunder rocked the arena as “Burnin’ Sky” from the album of the same name came to life. This is a song that failed to crack the Top 40 as a single when it was released believe it or not. The song has more than stood the test of time as the reaction of the Bad Co fans at the Hard Rock proved!

The band returned to the first album again for “Ready for Love.” This is a great tune but on this night the band stretched out the ending and created an ethereal soundscape. The song became addictive. I would love to hear this live version get recorded!

Rodgers took over and said back in the day the band were goofing around and decided to record a song by The Coasters. With that Bad Co trotted out “Youngblood.” While this has never been what I consider a great song by the band…I gotta admit live it goes down well as the 12-Bar boogie is sure fun to listen to!

“Rock Steady” is one of the hardest rocking songs the band has ever written and on this night it went down killer. It was followed the fun “Movin’ On” and “Shooting Star.” Both went down stellar. Rodgers was smiling ear-to-ear as the crowd took over and sang louder than him on “Shooting Star.” The main set ended with everyone dancing and singing the classic song that started it all, “Can’t Get Enough.”  With that, the band left the stage to a Standing O!

They were not gone long however.

They came out and rocked The Joint with “Rock ‘n’ Roll Fantasy.”  The band jammed out the solo and the crowd decided to sing some more. After the song, the band left the stage but the lights stayed low.

Soon, Rodgers appeared alone with an acoustic guitar. He hit the opening notes of the poignant “Seagull.” This was a daring move. The band had the crowd on Cloud 9 and he was now taking things down a notch to end the evening.

By the second verse Howard Leese appeared with an acoustic guitar and added tasty licks behind Paul’s rhythm 12-string. Next, Todd Ronning and Simon Kirke showed up and put out some drums and bass to the song.  While it never rocked the house it did build up and took the audience on a cool ride. It proved to be a great way to end the show.

At the end of the day, Rodgers is still at the top of his game both vocally and instrumentally. Kirke and Rodgers play off each other well while Ronning does a fine job with the low thumps.

A huge tip of the hat needs to be given to Howard Leese. I’ve seen the man play dozens of times and he never disappoints…but on this night he was on fire. His tone was impeccable and his stage presence screamed rock star…his hair, however, was another story. Howie…a little trim wouldn’t hurt... I mean you still have a full head of hair, but a bit of style might be good! That said, if you play like this every night you can get a perm and it is okay with me!

All kidding aside, this was a near perfect show.  As I often glanced at the big screen it was cool to see Rodgers singing with his eyes closed, immersed in the music he obviously loves.

For me, Bad Company were only four songs away from making this a perfect show.  If they had stuck around and thrown in “Silver, Blue & Gold,” “Can’t Make a Deal with the Preacher,” “Wild Fire Woman” and “Good Lovin’ Gone Bad” I would have fainted!  But…the 15 tunes we did get were rock ‘n’ roll perfection.  If anything is to be said negative it is that it all went by too fast! I could have stayed another hour and a half easily!

This was more than a rock concert…it is a celebration of great music, start to finish.

Y tanto! Joder!
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Bad Company
The Joint at The Hard Rock Hotel & Casino
Tulsa, Oklahoma
October 26, 2017

By Jeb Wright

Set List:
Bad Company | Live for the Music | Gone, Gone, Gone |Feel Like Makin' Love | Honey Child | Burnin' Sky | Run with the Pack | Ready for Love | Young Blood (The Coasters cover) | Rock Steady | Movin' On | Shooting Star | Can't Get Enough

Encore:
Rock 'n' Roll Fantasy

Encore 2:
Seagull

Can someone tell me why Bad Company is not in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame? It makes absolutely no sense. The songs are all smash hits and the band is led by one of the most talented vocalists of all time in Paul Rodgers. Sure…there are many bands that deserve the Hall that are not in it…but Bad Co? You gotta be kidding me?

On this night, at the Hard Rock in Tulsa, Oklahoma Bad Company blazed through a main set of 13 tunes, 11 of which are still FM radio staples to this day, and two encores to a near capacity house. They rocked from start to finish. The band added some extra jams and outros and Rodgers had the crowd eating out of the palm of his hand from the moment he showed up on stage to the second he left it.

Today’ Bad Company is led by Rodgers along with founding member and drummer Simon Kirke. Bassist Todd Ronning does a fine job in place of the late Boz Burrell while Hall of Famer from Heart Howard Leese kills it on guitar in place of the ill Mick Ralphs. This is a tight band.

The band opened with the song that is their namesake from their 1974 self-titled album. This was a cool move as the song “Bad Company” usually comes toward the end of their set. Rodgers perched himself at the piano to drummer Kirke’s left. Seeing these two men pounding out the musical passages to this classic tune proved loud and clear that Bad Company are a musical force to be reckoned with. Seeing passion and joy on the faces of these two rock stalwarts so close to each other, still into the music was heartwarming.  

Much of the evening featured songs from the first album and many from 1976’s Run with the Pack including “Live for the Music” which came next in the set. The song featured a simple guitar riff but one that forced you to move. The band dug the groove and the crowd responded positively. Next was “Gone Gone Gone” from 1979’s Desolation Angels.  This is an oft overlooked tune but a killer rock song.  Howard Leese took advantage of the low E theme of the song and snuck in a bit of the classic Heart song “Barracuda.”  Those paying attention caught the coolness by Leese with both the main rhythm and the guitar harmonics being snuck in—just once!  

“Feel Like Makin’ Love” brought the crowd to their feet. Rodgers knocked this one out of the park and even added a harmonica solo! Kirk and Ronning held the rhythm solid while Leese provided the guitar heroics. This song, along with “Shooting Star,” performed later in the set are two of the best rock songs of the 1970s and will go in history as such. “Honey Child” from Pack was a cool addiction as well.  Following that tune thunder rocked the arena as “Burnin’ Sky” from the album of the same name came to life. This is a song that failed to crack the Top 40 as a single when it was released believe it or not. The song has more than stood the test of time as the reaction of the Bad Co fans at the Hard Rock proved!

The band returned to the first album again for “Ready for Love.” This is a great tune but on this night the band stretched out the ending and created an ethereal soundscape. The song became addictive. I would love to hear this live version get recorded!

Rodgers took over and said back in the day the band were goofing around and decided to record a song by The Coasters. With that Bad Co trotted out “Youngblood.” While this has never been what I consider a great song by the band…I gotta admit live it goes down well as the 12-Bar boogie is sure fun to listen to!

“Rock Steady” is one of the hardest rocking songs the band has ever written and on this night it went down killer. It was followed the fun “Movin’ On” and “Shooting Star.” Both went down stellar. Rodgers was smiling ear-to-ear as the crowd took over and sang louder than him on “Shooting Star.” The main set ended with everyone dancing and singing the classic song that started it all, “Can’t Get Enough.”  With that, the band left the stage to a Standing O!

They were not gone long however.

They came out and rocked The Joint with “Rock ‘n’ Roll Fantasy.”  The band jammed out the solo and the crowd decided to sing some more. After the song, the band left the stage but the lights stayed low.

Soon, Rodgers appeared alone with an acoustic guitar. He hit the opening notes of the poignant “Seagull.” This was a daring move. The band had the crowd on Cloud 9 and he was now taking things down a notch to end the evening.

By the second verse Howard Leese appeared with an acoustic guitar and added tasty licks behind Paul’s rhythm 12-string. Next, Todd Ronning and Simon Kirke showed up and put out some drums and bass to the song.  While it never rocked the house it did build up and took the audience on a cool ride. It proved to be a great way to end the show.

At the end of the day, Rodgers is still at the top of his game both vocally and instrumentally. Kirke and Rodgers play off each other well while Ronning does a fine job with the low thumps.

A huge tip of the hat needs to be given to Howard Leese. I’ve seen the man play dozens of times and he never disappoints…but on this night he was on fire. His tone was impeccable and his stage presence screamed rock star…his hair, however, was another story. Howie…a little trim wouldn’t hurt... I mean you still have a full head of hair, but a bit of style might be good! That said, if you play like this every night you can get a perm and it is okay with me!

All kidding aside, this was a near perfect show.  As I often glanced at the big screen it was cool to see Rodgers singing with his eyes closed, immersed in the music he obviously loves.

For me, Bad Company were only four songs away from making this a perfect show.  If they had stuck around and thrown in “Silver, Blue & Gold,” “Can’t Make a Deal with the Preacher,” “Wild Fire Woman” and “Good Lovin’ Gone Bad” I would have fainted!  But…the 15 tunes we did get were rock ‘n’ roll perfection.  If anything is to be said negative it is that it all went by too fast! I could have stayed another hour and a half easily!

This was more than a rock concert…it is a celebration of great music, start to finish.

Y tanto! Joder!

Algunos llevamos décadas esperandolos....
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Mensaje por karlos gasteiz Miér 26 Jun 2019 - 0:03

https://www.badcompany.com/tour/

Gira por USA

Algunas fechas con LYNYRD SKYNYRD

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Mensaje por karlos gasteiz Vie 31 Ene 2020 - 12:40

BAD COMPANY en la serie FUGA EN DANNEMORA

Capitulo 6. En una escena especialmente gore
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Mensaje por modes garcia Vie 31 Ene 2020 - 12:54

España sitio distinto, ni TOM PETTY, ni JOHN MELLENCAMP, ni RUSH, ni VAN HALEN con DAVID LEE ROTH, ni BOSTON, ni ALLMAN BROTHERS, ni TRIUMPH, ni HEART, ni REO SPEEDWAGON, ni ANGEL, ni TORI AMOS, ni SURVIVOR, ni GRAND FUNK RAILROAD, ni STYX, ni STEVE PERRY, ni SAMMY HAGAR en solitario, ni POISON, ni ROUGHT CUTT, ni 38 SPECIAL, ni por supuesto BAD COMPANY... Hay pena, penita, pena, penaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa.

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Mensaje por eskoriez Vie 31 Ene 2020 - 13:29

Cada vez que veo esto arriba me hago ilusiones
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https://www.ruta66.es/2020/04/articulos/bad-company-fantasia-en-la-cuspide/
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@eskoriez escribió:Cada vez que veo esto arriba me hago ilusiones

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Mensaje por blackfoot Jue 7 Mayo 2020 - 15:36

Brian Howe D.E.P Shocked Sad
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Mensaje por red ryder Jue 7 Mayo 2020 - 15:37

Que pena. Era un excelente cantante. Que buen gusto tuvo siempre la gente que pasó por esta banda.
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Mensaje por karlos gasteiz Jue 7 Mayo 2020 - 16:45

Joder. Que pena

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