Chas Could'a Been A Beatle, Costello Banned From SNL: This Day In Classic Rock [Videos]December 17th: Meet the guy who could have been the Beatles bass player...the band that opened The Who's Xmas party (they played KZOK's 40th anniversary)... Elvis Costello pisses off Lorne Michaels...a walk through Paul Rodgers' illustrious career...
Beatles Get Run Out Of Town, Doors Spark A Riot, And Fresh Cream: This Day In Classic Rock [Videos]December 9th: In which we see a reenactment of Brian Epstein meeting The Beatles...Cream live...and The Beatles send-up The Rutles on Ron Nasty's birthday....
Stones Replace Jones With Another Mick, Frampton Comes Alive: This Day In Classic Rock [Videos]June 13th: The Beatles live in Australia, The Stones talk about Brian Jones and play live with Mick Taylor, Grand Funk, early Springsteen, Peter Frampton, and ....more!
AC/DC Vocalist Brian Johnson Joins Paul Rodgers OnstageLed Zeppelin's Robert Plant also took the stage, giving fans an unexpected thrill.
Bad Company Rumored to be Recording New Album with Paul RodgersIf it's true, it will mark the group's first full album featuring Rodgers on vocals in over 34 years.
Paul Rodgers Says HiPaul "The Voice" Rodgers of Free, Bad Company, and The Firm chats with Scotty Vanderpool...He plays the Little Creek Casino in Shelton TONIGHT!
Listen to an Alternate Version of Bad Company's 'Whiskey Bottle' [Premiere]This is a faster version of the song that they originally released as the B-side to "Good Lovin' Gone Bad."
Interview: Bad Company's Paul Rodgers is Rock N' Roll's Hidden LegendPaul Rodgers is one of the dominant voices of the classic rock format, despite not having the personality often required for rock legend status. But what he lacked in media coverage, he more than made up for with radio airtime: Bad Company was one of the bands that the AOR (album-oriented rock) format was built on; their catalog includes an embarrassment of hits including "Can't Get Enough," "Rock Steady," "Bad Company," "Shooting Star," "Ready for Love," "Feel Like Makin' Love" and many others.
Paul Rodgers Pays Tribute To R&B On New AlbumScheduled for release on February 4, the album sees Rodgers pay homage to some of the legends who inspired him to sing, including Otis Redding, Albert King and Ann Peebles. Some of the classics on the album include "Born Under A Bad Sign," "I Can't Stand The Rain" and "I've Been Loving You Too Long."
Lynyrd Skynyrd and Bad Company To Tour, Play White River On June 20th
The Who Throw A Party With Yes, Paul Rodgers Has A Birthday (So Do You, But His Is Today): This Day In Classic Rock [Video]
Bachman And Turner Invite Us On Their Little Boat Ride