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Oh The Talent in ATLANTA -

Jake Rogers 13 year old guitar player

 

Charity at the Fender Center

PAUL RODGERS & BAD COMPANY
OFFER EXCLUSIVE EXPERIENCE BENEFITTING KIDS ROCK FREE® MUSIC EDUCATION

Legendary rock band to meet and give rare stage-worn memorabilia to fans
for charity at the Fender Center

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POMONA, Calif. (Sept. 27, 2010) – Paul Rodgers & Bad Company are offering fans an exclusive experience when the legendary rockers reunite to perform at the 2010 L.A. County Fair on Oct. 2 benefitting the Kids Rock Free® program at the Fender Center.

Twelve lucky fans will meet the band, receive an autographed Fender® guitar, have their photos taken with the band and enjoy the concert from premium seating. Additionally, they will receive a personal stage-worn item of Rodgers from that night’s performance. Six pairs of tickets are available for $5,000 through Amy LaMaster at the Fender Center (951.735.2440, ext. 207, [email protected]) and are tax deductible.

A major supporter of Kids Rock Free® and the Fender Center, and longtime advocate for music education, Rodgers has personally invested his time and resources in Kids Rock Free® music education programs by performing several fundraising benefits at the Fender Center, a museum and education facility located in Corona, Calif.

“With so many schools deleting music from their curriculum, the Fender Center is filling a huge void making music accessible and affordable,” said Rodgers. “It is absolutely fantastic that youth have an affordable place to study all types of music from rock to classical. Without music in my life as a kid, I may have taken a wrong turn.”

“Given the current social and economic strains on schools and families, our students wishing to participate in Kids Rock Free are in need of scholarships,” said Debbie Shuck, executive director of the Fender Center. “With supportive artists such as Paul Rodgers, we get to stay true to our non-profit mission and keep our ‘open door’ policy for every young child with interest and talent for music, regardless of their parents’ ability to pay for lessons.”

For more information, go to www.fendermuseum.com.

About The Fender Center
Founded in 1997, The Fender Museum of the Arts Foundation is a not-for-profit public benefit corporation. In 1998, the Foundation opened the Fender Museum of Music and the Arts education center located in Corona, California to provide children ranging in ages from 7 to 17 with free and low cost lessons including piano, guitar, drums, bass, vocal performance and combo band classes. The museum and education facility houses Kids Rock Free® classrooms, Studio FM a 48-track digital recording studio, outdoor TLC Amphitheater, Visual Arts Gallery and the Celebrate the Legacy ... the Fender Story exhibit which presents a 60+ year history of the famous Fender musical instruments and their impact on the world of music. Currently, more than 400 children per week take advantage of these free and low-cost Kids Rock Free® educational opportunities

 

Attention Bad Co Fans
 
Message from a Fan in Charleston SC
 
My Companion cannot make it
 
 I have 2 tix for both Milwaukee Bad Co shows Oct 4 & 5, (Great Seats)
as well as Farm Aid (25th anniversary!) on Oct 1.

Are their any fans who might be interested in going with me. ?
 I still want to go, but I need a companion.
 Female companion wanted , would be willing to share cost of hotel
and the tix were $100 for Farm Aid & $85 for each Bad Co.
 

 

 

 

Would you like to be part of what may end up being one of the biggest grassroots movement in the music industry?

Alright…we all know about myspace, youtube, facebook and a whole bunch of random music artist sites out there.  You could spend countless hours trying to find the next great artist.  Do you know how hard it is to sift through all the clutter to find legitimate talent?  Now folks, here’s something to check out…

http://www.talentwatch.net

 

  You heard it here first.  There’s a few wrinkles that really make this cool.  Besides music videos, every artist uploads a personal video where they tell their story.  You get to rate artists on their talent, entertainment AND likeability.   In fact, music fans drive this site.  Bottom line- every music artist has an equal chance to rise to the top.  Every single one.  And that’s the way it should be.  Now don’t you think it’s time WE decide who deserves to be discovered…….   I do.

 

 

Concert Live - bringing live music home

This is it! The week we’ve all been waiting for!
And what a build up it has been, they had free giveaways, special offers and competitions!

But the excitement’s not over yet…they are back again this week with more birthday fun and games and the best offers yet!

Don't forget we've got a FREE download every day in the run up to our birthday! Check out the website to see who today's comes from - click here!

Brett Anderson
Monday...
Don’t be ‘Disappointed’! Public Image Limited at just £5!
James Blunt
Tuesday...
Just ‘Can’t Get Enough’ of Bad Company at only £5!
Madina Lake
Wednesday...
‘Cut Loose’ for £5…it’s Paul Rodgers!
Jimmy Eat World
Thursday...
‘Carry the News’…Mott the Hoople for £5!
Terrorvision

Friday...
We've got some very special offers lined up for our actual birthday - to find out more you'll need to check back on Friday morning!!

Don’t forget to check out the daily FREE downloads at www.concertlive.co.uk/5thbirthday

 

THE PLANET ROCK VAULT

 

THE GREATEST ROCK SINGLES: TOP 40

Throughout September you've been voting for your favourite singles of all time. Now the time has come to reveal the results of one of the most divisive polls we've ever run.

And the winner is...

ALL RIGHT NOW, the 1970 top 5 (it reached number 2) hit from Free. Easily their most commercial track, the single version was roughly 80 seconds shorter than the album version, and vastly different to the bluesy demo version that's floating around on various reissues. The song was given a new lease of life in 1991 when it was used on a particularly famous Wrigleys Chewing Gum advert, propelling the rereleased and remixed single back into the nation's conscience, and hitting number 8 in the singles charts. And there's absolutely no doubting the song's "single" credentials, as it's remained a radio staple for 40 years - passing 1,000,000 radio plays in the US by 1990, and passing a massive 2,000,000 radio plays in the UK in 2000.

The song that it narrowly beat to top the charts was SWEET CHILD 'O MINE, Guns N Roses' famously game-changing single which propelled the band into a new rock stratosphere, hitting number 1 in the US (their only US number 1 single) and number 6 in the UK charts. Depending on which format of the single you bought, you may have heard the band doing a pretty decent cover of 'Whole Lotta Rosie' on the B-Side.

Here's the top 40: 

 

 

RELEASED

B-SIDES

1. ALL RIGHT NOW - FREE

1970 & 1991

Mouthful of Grass / The Hunter

2. SWEET CHILD O' MINE - GUNS N' ROSES

1988

Out To Get Me / Rocket Queen / Whole Lotta Rosie (Live) / It's So Easy (Live) / Move To The City

3. BOHEMIAN RHAPSODY - QUEEN

1975 & 1991

I'm in Love with My Car (1975) / These Are the Days of Our Lives (1991)

4. PARANOID - BLACK SABBATH

1970

The Wizard / Rat Salad / Snowblind

5. ACE OF SPADES - MOTORHEAD

1980

Dirty Love

6. BLACK KNIGHT - DEEP PURPLE

1970 & 1980

Speed King / Living Wreck

7. LIVIN' ON A PRAYER - BON JOVI

1986

Wild in the Streets / Edge of a Broken Heart

8. RUN TO THE HILLS - IRON MAIDEN

1982

Total Eclipse

9. SILVER MACHINE - HAWKWIND

1972

Seven by Seven

10. VOODOO CHILD (SLIGHT RETURN) - JIMI HENDRIX EXPERIENCE

1970

Hey Joe / All Along the Watchtower

11. THE BOYS ARE BACK IN TOWN - THIN LIZZY

1976 & 1991

Emerald / Jailbreak / Sarah

12. SINCE YOU BEEN GONE - RAINBOW

1979

Bad Girls

13.  SPIRIT OF RADIO - RUSH

1980

The Trees / Working Man

14. SMOKE ON THE WATER - DEEP PURPLE

1973

Smoke on the Water  (Live)

15. ALL ALONG THE WATCHTOWER - JIMI HENDRIX EXPERIENCE

1968

Long Hot Summer Night

16. WHOLE LOTTA ROSIE - AC/DC

1977

Dog Eat Dog

17. RADAR LOVE - GOLDEN EARRING

1973

The Song Is Over

18. MORE THAN A FEELING - BOSTON

1976

Smokin'

19. FREEBIRD - LYNYRD SKYNYRD

1982

Sweet Home Alabama / Double Trouble

20. WE WILL ROCK YOU - QUEEN

1977

Double A-Side with We Are The Champions

21. NOVEMBER RAIN - GUNS N' ROSES

1992

Sweet Child O Mine / Patience

22. ANOTHER BRICK IN THE WALL (PART 2) - PINK FLOYD

1979

Another Brick in the Wall (Part 1) / Another Brick in the Wall (Part 3)

23. HOTEL CALIFORNIA - EAGLES

1977

Pretty Maids All in a Row / The Sad Café

24. TOUCH TOO MUCH - AC/DC

1980

Live Wire  (live) / Shot Down in Flames  (live)

25. THE TROOPER - IRON MAIDEN

1983

Cross-Eyed Mary

26. SMELLS LIKE TEEN SPIRIT - NIRVANA

1991

Drain You / Even in His Youth / Aneurysm

27. HIGHWAY TO HELL - AC/DC

1979

If You Want Blood (You've Got It)

28. SCHOOL'S OUT - ALICE COOPER

1972

Gutter Cat  (aka  Gutter Cat Vs. The Jets)

29. THE FINAL COUNTDOWN - EUROPE

1986

On Broken Wings

30. PARADISE CITY - GUNS N' ROSES

1988

Used to Love Her / Anything Goes / Sweet Child o' Mine

31. MY GENERATION - THE WHO

1965

Shout and Shimmy

32. DON'T STOP BELIEVIN' - JOURNEY

1982

Open Arms / Who's Crying Now / Lovin' Touchin' Squeezin'

33. WHOLE LOTTA LOVE - LED ZEPPELIN

1969* & 1997

Living Loving Maid (She's Just A Woman) (1969) and Baby Come On Home / Travelling Riverside Blues (1997)

34. SUMMER OF '69 - BRYAN ADAMS

1985

Kids Wanna Rock / The Best Was Yet To Come

35. WELCOME TO THE JUNGLE - GUNS N' ROSES

1987

Mr. Brownstone

36. ALL NIGHT LONG - RAINBOW

1980

Weiss Heim

37. DOWN, DOWN - STATUS QUO

1974

Nightride

38. LIKE A ROLLING STONE - BOB DYLAN

1965

Gates of Eden

39. BORN TO RUN - BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN

1975

Meeting Across The River

40. ONE - METALLICA

1989

For Whom The Bell Tolls (Live) / Welcome Home (Sanitarium) (Live)

* US single, the UK didn't see Whole Lotta Love released as an official Led Zeppelin single until 1997

 

Paul Kossoff turns 60 today 14th Sept

 

JASMINE RODGERS
 
David Mcalmont at People Show Studios.
 
 Bethnal Green.(Lucy lived in BG till 1988)
 Pollard Rd. London E2 6NB
 
 

 

 
 
Friday 1st October at 7:30-11
 
 
Jasmine will be on at 8pm and tickets are fast selling out. If you would like to purchase them then please go to:
 
 


 

 

New Extra BAD COMPANY date for JAPAN

Oct. 23rd 2010
 
Tokyo - Japan
 Hitomi Kinen Kodo

 

NEW BAD COMPANY DATE
Just announced !!!
 

 
 
Lincoln, CA (Sacramento)

Paul Rodgers Reveals His Favorite Songs

Paul Rodgers Reveals His Favorite Songs

http://www.aolradioblog.com/2010/02/09/paul-rodgers-reveals-his-favorite-songs?icid=sphere_aol_spinner

Paul Rodgers
Singer/Songwriter Paul Rodgers of Bad Company is this week's guest blogger for AOL Radio, revealing his favorite songs. Former band member of Free, the Firm and even Queen, Rodgers is still rocking out with Bad Company, who released (on Feb. 9) their live album 'Hard Rock Live' from the 2008 reunion tour. It's available on Amazon and iTunes.
10
'Baker Street'

'Baker Street' is a great story and a fantastic piece of music with brilliant guitar and sax solos.

Baker Street Gerry Rafferty
09
'Listen to the Music'

I toured with the Doobie Brothers last year and really enjoyed hearing them play this song. It's got a laid back groove and the lyrics reflect my sentiments about music too...just let it flow. They are all wonderful people and gifted musicians.

Doobie Brothers Listen To The Music
08
'Ain't Too Proud to Beg'

I used to sing this song in my very early teenage band days. A masterpiece composition.

The Temptations Gettin Ready
07
'Green Onions'

One of the coolest records ever made...in my humble opinion. If I knew what makes it so cool I would bottle it and give it away.

Booker T and the MGs Green Onions
06
'Born Under a Bad Sign'

My man...Albert King. I love this song, his singing and his playing -- incomparable...deep blues infused with soul.

Albert King Born Under A Bad Sign
05
'Kashmir'

When I performed at the 2007 Ahmet Ertegun (celebration of life) concert in London at the O2 arena (some referred to it as the Led Zeppelin Reunion concert), they played 'Kashmir' -- the relentless drum beat, amazing vocals, and Indian-influenced strings. Add Jimmy Page and it was pure magic.

Led Zeppelin Physical Graffiti
04
'Free Fallin''

Damn I wish I'd written this song. A great chorus.

Tom Petty Free Fallin'
03
'Red House'

Sex on a six-string. One of the greatest 12-bar blues on record.

The Jimi Hendrix Experience Are You Experienced
02
'I Am the Walrus'

My feeling is that this song came direct from planet Lennon, so unique and otherworldly.

The Beatles I Am The Walrus
01
'Love That Burns'

Heartfelt lyrics from a man [Peter Green] who suffered for his art and gave the world beautiful music ('Black Magic Woman,' 'Albatross' and others). I recently jammed with Mick Fleetwood and John McVie, this is one of the songs that we played and I was moved by its depth.

Fleetwood Mac Mr. Wonderful

Sless and Beckett on the Old Grey Whistle Test

Sent in by Chuck of Baltimore.

 

For more clips check out Lucy Piller Facebook !!!

 

40 Years Ago TODAY at the

Isle of Wight Festival Aug 30th 1970

Lucy and Paul Jupp

 


It was 40 years to the day that Free gave their unforgettable
 performance at the legendary Isle of Wight Festival.

 

Be sure to check out the up-coming October shows for

 Bad Company  or  PAUL RODGERS SOLO

 in

Pomona, CA..

Milwaukee, WI..

Tulsa, OK..

Shelton, WA..

Maui, HI  (Private)

and then off to Japan for 2 weeks.....

 

 
Freestealer are a 4 piece tribute band dedicated to sound like paul rodgers,free and bad company... the band was formed in 2003 and the current line up includes the original freestealer vocalist/instrumentalist and the backline features the powerful blues/rock talents of tim/mike/nick this combined formidable experience delivers a soulful and strong show making it as close to the original as it gets......live for the music.....
 
  www.myspace.com/freestealer  for show dates

 

James Cupples at his best !!!!!

Fire and Water by Ben Poole

BEN POOLE 'FIRE AND WATER' LIVE @ DOWNLOAD FESTIVAL, DONNINGTON PARK, SUNDAY 13TH JUNE

From Spinner.com

Paul Rodgers Says John Bonham's Death Influenced Decision to Quit Bad Company

Paul RodgersChristie Goodwin, Getty Images

When Paul Rodgers formed his second major band after Free broke up, he figured the group needed a theme song. So his new band, Bad Company, recorded a song called, naturally, 'Bad Company.' "I wrote the song with that Western feel -- with an almost biblical, promise-land kind of lawless feel to it," Rodgers tells Spinner. "The name backed it up in a lot of respects."

Rodgers, who has one of the most distinctive voices in rock 'n' roll, is now back on tour with Bad Co., which recently released a concert DVD and a greatest-hits compilation. Staples of classic rock radio, his hits with Bad Company include 'Feel Like Makin' Love,' 'Rock N' Roll Fantasy' and the tragic tale of rock-god excess, 'Shooting Star.' We spoke to him, among other things, about fronting a number of major bands, including his stint as lead singer of a reconstituted
Queen, why he turned down an offer to join Aerosmith and what he thinks of Christina Aguilera's cover of the Free classic 'All Right Now.'

You're coming off the Queen + Paul Rodgers thing. What did being with them allow you to do that you hadn't done before?

It was hugely challenging. In the past, I had always formed bands. I formed Free with Paul Kossoff, I formed Bad Company with Mick Ralphs, and I formed the Firm with Jimmy Page. This was a different thing, joining forces with a band with a whole repertoire and a whole reputation.

We played together at an awards show in London, and we played each other's songs. If it hadn't worked for me on a musical level -- from the heart -- I would have never have even gone near it. But it did work. We actually played 'All Right Now,' 'We Are the Champions' and 'We Will Rock You' together, and it was just amazing, And so we thought we can do all of this as a new entity -- Queen and Paul Rodgers -- and we'll make it clear to everybody that it is a new entity. I'm amazed that I actually spent four years with them, which is longer than I was with Free.

Free's label initially suggested the name Heavy Metal Kids, is that right?

I've always had troubles with names and record companies. With Free, it was Island Records. They wanted to call the band Heavy Metal Kids. This was after lots of touring, and they came to see us at the show. And all the audience was freaking out and jumping up and down and going crazy. And they still weren't convinced. So they came to see us at a rehearsal, and finally they said, "OK, we think we want to sign you ... but we want to call you the Heavy Metal Kids."

The rest of the band said, "Well, it's a record contract. Let's put the two names on that far wall, and then we'll sit here and we'll look at them and see which one we like." I said, "Don't even waste your time -- we're not changing our name." So we went back to the record company and said, "You know what? It's Free or we walk." We really had our fingers crossed behind our backs, but we stuck to our guns. And I've learned to do that through the years.

It was similar with Bad Company. I just felt it was the kind of name that would attract attention. I didn't want to change the name. Even [band manager] Peter Grant was very unsure about it. I'm not sure why. But they all came on board eventually.

What made you decide to go with the song ['Bad Company'] of the same name?

I think because it had never really been done, as far as I knew. I thought it was interesting to come out as a brand-new band with its own theme song.

 


Is it true that the name came from the Jeff Bridges movie 'Bad Company?'

No. I've never even seen the movie, actually. It came from my childhood days. I saw a book on Victorian morals. They showed this picture of this Victorian punk. He was dressed like a tough, with a top hat and the spats and vests and the watch in the pocket and the tails and all of that. But everything was raggy. The shoes were popped out of the soles, and the top of the hat was popped out. And the guy is leaning on the lamppost with a bottle in his hand and a pipe in his mouth, obviously a dodgy person. And you've got this little choirboy kind of guy -- a little kid, actually -- looking up to him. And underneath it said, "Beware of bad company."

You deliberately sang those songs with an American accent. I'm wondering: What would 'Feel Like Making Love' have sounded like with an English accent?

It would sound like this: [Sings, "Well, I feel like making love" in a soft, cheesy voice]. I think I learned the language of rock 'n' roll listening to lots of blues and soul guys. And I imitated those guys. People like John Lee Hooker, with a very deep American accent. I don't think the language of rock 'n' roll is an English accent; I think it's an American accent.

A couple of years after Led Zeppelin drummer John Bonham died a 'Shooting Star' type of death, you left your own band to be with your family. How did his death influence that decision?

It influenced me very much. But I was ready for it, anyway. I was ready to come off the road, and I could sense the feeling that we were just flying a little too high and getting a little too crazy, and something had to give along those lines.

It happened so many times before -- that was really the inspiration for the song 'Shooting Star.' John was such a lovely guy. It was such a sad thing to lose him as a friend and for the world to lose such an amazing talent. Because I do think he was probably one of the greatest rock 'n' roll drummers that ever lived. So it was really a blow. And it was a harsh taste of reality.

So I decided I needed some time to live some life. But I never ever got very far away from music. I built a studio in the house and just continued recording. And before I knew it, Jimmy [Page] was coming around, and we were writing songs, the Firm was born and we were back on the road again.

Paul Rogers of Bad CompanyEstate of Keith Morris / Redferns

Were you ever contacted to replace Steven Tyler in Aerosmith?

Well, yes, I was, actually. Joe Perry came up to me at another awards celebration. And he said that Steve was not really interested in touring anymore at the moment, and they were all ready to tour and that they were looking for somebody to take that slot. And I said to him, "You know ... maybe you guys ought to rethink that." And I'm happy to see that they're up and running now because they're a fabulous band.

Did you not want to do that just because you had already done the Queen thing?

I think so. As I said earlier, Queen was an exception -- joining forces with an actual band that existed. Because in the past I've always formed a band and then written a whole catalog of songs for that band.

I saw that Eminem sampled a song of yours ['Reaching Out,' with Queen], and Christina Aguilera covered 'All Right Now.'

I thought Christina Aguilera's version of 'All Right Now' was absolutely rocking. I loved it. I've heard some people do that, and, eh, you know -- it's quite hard to pull off, really. But she gave it some stick. It was good.

It was interesting, the Eminem thing, because it wasn't quite what I had planned. When we were touring, they tossed around a version of that song and how they planned to sample it. And it was very different to the final result. I wasn't actually crazy about the final result, in all honesty. I never use foul language onstage or on records. It's just not my thing. I do like Eminem, and I think he has a very credible point and lots to say, but he does it in a different way than I would ever do.

Weren't you and your wife recently handing out money to fans?

That's something my wife does, and it's dear to her heart. She sees someone she feels something for and she gives them a magic gift. It's called a Random Act of Generosity. I think it's, like, $100. All they have to do in reply is do something nice for someone else.

What's her standard -- does she look for something in particular?

You know what? I'm going to get her to come on and answer that one for you. [Retrieves wife, Cynthia]

Cynthia Rodgers: It's a feel thing. It's been interesting because we're giving away $100,000, and I think right now we're at about $65,000 that we've given away. When people are handed an envelope, the looks on their faces -- some of them look like they're being served. Some of them are very reluctant to take the envelope. But I've been really lucky with feeling who's been most needy.

There was one gentleman, he had his two young girls -- about 9 and 11 -- and he knew all the lyrics to Paul's songs. So I handed him an envelope. He waited after the show when we came out, and he had tears in his eyes. He said, "I'm a single dad, and you don't know how much this means to my family." He'd lost his wife in a car accident. But he said, "More than anything, it teaches my girls there are good people in the world and good things do happen."

 

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Andrew Black and Robin Bibi

performed a number of shows together this

week in the Atlanta area.

 Here are some events that took place. Black and Bibi are now making plans to

tour the UK/Europe for 2011

 

     
© Robin Bibi 2010  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Voices of Rock Radio

At the Horseshoe Casino 777 Casino Center Drive, Hammond, IN 46320

Date:  Saturday, September 4th, 2010
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Time:  7:30 PM
Price: $75.00, $50.00, $40.00, $30.00
Venue: The Venue
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Coming on September 4th to The Venue….it’s a special benefit to help Illinois residents recover from the devastating impact of recent tornados. Led by Kevin Chalfant former lead singer for Journey and The Storm (I've Got A Lot To Learn About Love), this group of all stars features Jimi Jamison, best known for the hits, “High On You,“ The Search Is Over” and “Can’t Hold Back,“ Derek St. Holmes from Ted Nugent’s Band, John Cafferty from the Beaver Brown Band and Wally Palmar of the Romantics!  So, enjoy one of the greatest hits rides of your life while helping out a great cause. Don’t miss the Voices of Rock and Radio on September 4th at The Venue.

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