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Bad Company Played Last Night In New York and Paul Rogers’ Son Steve Was the Opening Act

by Paul Cashmere on August 22, 2019

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Paul Rogers’ son Steve was the opening act for Bad Company in New York last night. In 2016 Paul and Steve released the song ‘This Place Called Home’.

Steve’s solo album ‘Head High Up’ was released in 2018.

Paul is touring the USA with a new Bad Company lineup featuring founding member Simon Kirke together with Howard Leese and Todd Ronning. Leese, formerly of Heart, has been a member of the Paul Rodgers Band since 1998 and a member of Bad Company since 2008. Ronning, also from Rodgers solo band, joined Bad Company in 2012.

The Bad Company setlist is structured around the first four albums with Rodgers giving a nod to his former band Free with ‘All Right Now’ and Kirke showcasing his 2017 solo album in the show.

Bad Company setlist, 21 August 2019 New York

Running With The Pack (from Run with the Pack, 1976)
Can’t Get Enough (from Bad Company, 1974)
Live for the Music (from Run with the Pack, 1976)
Feel Like Makin’ Love (from Straight Shooter, 1975)
Movin’ On (from Bad Company, 1974)
Young Blood (from Run with the Pack, 1976)
Gone, Gone, Gone (from Desolation Angels, 1979)
All Because of You (from Simon Kirke’s, All Because of You, 2017)
Seagull (from Bad Company, 1974)
Ready for Love (from Bad Company, 1974)
All Along the Watchtower (Bob Dylan cover)
Shooting Star (from Straight Shooter, 1975)
Bad Company (from Bad Company, 1974)
All Right Now (from Free, Fire and Water, 1970)

Rock ‘n’ Roll Fantasy (from Desolation Angels, 1979)

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