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  Friday July 16, 2010 Fantasy Springs Casino Indio, CA
  Saturday July 17, 2010

Orange County Fair

Costa Mesa, CA
  Thursday July 22, 2010

The Lakeland Center Jenkins Arena

Lakeland, FL

  Friday July 23, 2010 St. Augustine Amphitheater

St. Augustine, FL

  Sunday July 25, 2010 Chastain Park Amphitheater Atlanta, GA
  Tuesday July 27, 2010 Bank Of America Pavilion Boston, MA
  Friday July 30, 2010

Choctaw Resort Casino Event Center

Durant, OK

  Sunday August 1, 2010 Outlaw Jam, Frederick County Fairgrounds Frederick, MD
  Wednesday August 4, 2010 Casino Rama Entertainment Center Rama, Ontario (Toronto), Canada
  Saturday August 14, 2010 Dog's Nest At Grand Bend Grand Bend, Ontario, Canada
Friday October 1, 2010

Thunder Valley Casino Resort

Sacramento, CA

  Saturday October 2, 2010

Los Angeles County Fair

Pomona, CA

  Monday October 4, 2010

Potawatomi Casino

Milwaukee, WI

  Tuesday October 5, 2010

Potawatomi Casino

Milwaukee, WI

  Thursday October 7, 2010

The Joint/Hard Rock Hotel & Casino

Catoosa, OK (Tulsa)

Monday October 18, 2010 Zepp Fukuoka Fukuoka, Japan

October 20, 2010

Zepp Nagoya Nagoya, Japan
Thursday October 21, 2010 Namba Hatch Osaka, Japan
Saturday October 23, 2010 Hitomi Kinen Kodo Tokyo, Japan
Monday October 25, 2010 Tokyo International Forum Tokyo, Japan
Tuesday October 26, 2010 Tokyo International Forum Tokyo, Japan




Bad Company announces exclusive U.K. dates 

Breaking News:  Very Special Guest Joe Perry Project.

April 1 - Birmingham LG Arena
April 2 - Manchester Arena
April 4 - Sheffield City Hall
April 5 - Cardiff CIA
April 7 - Newcastle Arena
April 8 - Glasgow Clyde
April 10 - Brighton Center
April 11 - Wembley Arena

VIP Tickets are available.

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Great news for fans attending the Wembley show!
Steve Rodgers will perform an acoustic set at Wembley Arena prior to Joe Perry Project and Bad Company April 11, 2010 at 7:30PM.


April 30 Friday

Shaw Conference Centre

Edmonton, AB Canada  

June 5 Saturday

Temecula Balloon & Wine Festival

Temecula, CA

June 12 Saturday

San Diego County Fair

San Diego, CA Grandstand

June 17 Thursday

Tachi Palace Casino

Lemoore, CA

June 18 Friday

Chumash Casino

Ynez, CA

June 25 Friday Northern Lights Casino Walker, MN  
June 26 Saturday Northern Lights Casino Walker, MN  

July 3 Saturday

Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom

Hampton Beach, NH

July 4 Sunday WMGK Let Freedom Rock Fest, Cooper River Park

Pennsauken, NJ 


October 9 Saturday

Little Creek Casino Resort Event Center

Shelton, WA





As part of the Classic Rock's Roll of Honours week Paul will perform an exclusive one off at London's Hammersmith Apollo Theatre, Friday November 6th.

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Bad Company 2009 tour itinerary:

June 17 Hollywood, FL Hard Rock Live
June 19 Atlanta, GA Chastain Park Amphitheatre
June 20 Charlotte, NC Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre
June 23 Raleigh, NC (2 hours to Charlotte) Music Pavilion at Walnut Creek
June 24 Virginia Beach, VA Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre
June 27 Bethel, NY (2 hours to New York) Bethel Woods Center for the Arts
June 28 Wantagh, NY (30 minutes to New York) Nikon at Jones Beach Theatre
July 1  Clarkston, MI (45 minutes to Detroit) DTE Energy Music Theatre
July 2 Canandaigua, NY (38 minutes to Rochester) CMAC
July 4 Atlantic City, NJ Resorts Atlantic City

Los Angeles, CA – March 30, 2009 – The original members of Bad Company have announced they will reunite for a series of 10 exclusive concerts in the U.S. this summer. The opening show will take place at the Seminole Hard Rock in Hollywood, FL on June 17 with select dates on the tour featuring The Doobie Brothers. Previously, founding members Paul Rodgers, Mick Ralphs and Simon Kirke (original member Boz Burrell passed away in 2006) performed a one-off concert at the very same venue on August 8, 2008, recording a live concert DVD before a sold-out crowd. The DVD, titled “Bad Company – Hard Rock Live” will be available exclusively at shows during the concert run and is tentatively set for official release this summer, August 8, via Image Entertainment. Prior to their one performance in 2008, the band had not performed together in nearly a decade.

Rodgers, celebrating over four decades as a writing and recording artist (Free, Bad Company, The Firm, Queen + Paul Rodgers), released his debut solo DVD “Live in Glasgow,” which would go on to chart #1 and become certified Gold in Canada, as well as chart # 3 in the US and # 4 in the UK. Rodgers also released a new studio album titled “The Cosmos Rocks” with Queen + Paul Rodgers and capped 2008 with a sold-out Q+PR world tour. Most recently, Rolling Stone named Rodgers one of the “Top 100 Singers of All Time” and England’s Planet Rock Radio fan poll placed him at #3 on their “Greatest Voices of Rock” list. “These dates are to thank the fans for keeping the music alive,” said Rodgers. “I invited my friends The Doobie Brothers because I’ve always loved their music and them as people.”

“It's great to be back with Paul and Simon,” said Ralphs. “We made great music together and had the time of our lives doing it. I'm really looking forward to getting back out there this summer.” Ralphs has announced plans to participate in five reunion shows with 70s rock band Mott the Hoople at the Hammersmith Apollo in London this October.

“We had such a ball playing together again that we have decided to do some selective shows this summer,” said Kirke. “We’re also looking forward to the release of our live DVD.”

Bad Company’s multi-platinum hits such as “Can’t Get Enough,” “Feel Like Makin Love,” “Rock Steady,” “Movin’ On,” “Shooting Star,” “Rock & Roll Fantasy” and “Bad Company” helped propel them to the forefront of the 70s arena rock movement. Rodgers’ concept to write a song titled the same as the bands’ name and album was a first. To this day, the multi-platinum Bad Co. album arguably remains one of the most accomplished debuts in rock history. Throughout the 70s Rodgers’ and Ralphs’ songwriting continued to yield hit after hit including “Seagull,” “Run with the Pack,” and “Burnin’ Sky,” making Bad Company one of the biggest concert attractions of the decade. The group’s multi-platinum award-winning greatest hits set 10 from 6 has become a record collection staple.

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