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Paul Rodgers Open To Idea Of New Bad Company Music

05/05/2016
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(Classic Rock) Bad Company's Paul Rodgers is open to the idea of releasing new music with the band. They released their live album Bad Company Live In Concert 1977 & 1979 last month - the only official live release to feature the original lineup of Rodgers, Simon Kirke, Mick Ralphs and Boz Burrell.

And frontman Rodgers says the release - along with last year's reissues of the first two Bad Company albums - have got him thinking about recording new music with the band.

He adds that he and guitarist Mick Ralphs have been writing songs. Rodgers tells UCR: "I didn't have any plans for recording with Bad Company, but the re-releases have made me think again a little bit because it is such a creative outfit.

"I'm writing songs, and I'm sure Mick has some songs, when he decides to come and play with us. 'Who knows,' I think would be the answer to that. And, 'Maybe.'"

While waiting for the possible new album, fans across North America can see them perform live on their current trek with Joe Walsh. Check out the dates here.

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