"That's why they call meFree!, Mick Ralphs (guitar) of glam rockers Mott the Hoople and ex-King Crimson member Boz Burrell (bass guitar). Second only to Led Zeppelin in terms of popularity, the two groups shared many ties; Zeppelin manager Peter Grant also guided Bad Company to success and Paul Rodgers later played with Jimmy Page in the Firm.The group is famous for a few Ear Worms, like "Feel Like Making Love", Can't Get Enough", "Bad Company", "Rock N Roll Fantasy" and "Shooting Star". Much like Paul Rodgers' first band, Free! Their sound is blues-influenced Hard Rock mixed in with classically-influenced piano ballads. In this respect they bear some similarities to the mid-to-late-seventies output of Queen, with whom lead singer Paul Rodgers performed after the tragic death of Freddie Mercury.Not to be confused with Battlefield: Bad Company.
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