From the release of their first album in 1974, Bad Company were one of the biggest hard rock bands of the '70s. Featuring former members of Free (vocalist Paul Rodgers and drummer Simon Kirke), Mott the Hoople (guitarist Mick Ralphs), and King Crimson (bassist Boz Burrell), Bad Company's straightforward but swaggering attack earned them a steady run of hits. While Bad Company never released a live album with their classic lineup, Atlantic/Rhino Records has delivered something special for the group's fans.
"Holy Water" is the ninth studio album by hard rock band Bad Company, and their third with Brian Howe as lead vocalist, released in June 1990. The singles on the album all received significant radio airplay. These included "Holy Water", "Boys Cry Tough", "Walk Through Fire", and "If You Needed Somebody", all of which charted fairly well. To date, this is the last album by Bad Company to go platinum.
Learn five Bad Company tracks note for note with Michael Casswell. This superb DVD will teach you how to play some of the best riffs and solos from one of the great British classic rock acts.
In Concert: Merchants of Cool is a live album by British hard rock band Bad Company. It was recorded principally at The Paramount Theater, Denver, Colorado and The Grove of Anaheim, Anaheim, California, in January 2002. It features hits from both Bad Company and precursor band Free as well as two new studio tracks, "Joe Fabulous" and "Saving Grace"…