Bad Company is a British hard rock, blues-rock group that emerged in the 1970s. The band was formed by former members of Mott the Hoople, Free, and King Crimson. Led by Paul "The Voice" Rodgers on lead vocals, guitar, piano, and harmonica, Bad Company gained popularity with their powerful sound and energetic performances.
The current line-up of Bad Company includes Mick Ralphs on guitars, piano, and backing vocals; Simon Kirke on drums, percussion, and backing vocals; Todd Ronning on bass (for touring); and Howard Leese on guitar (for touring). Together, they continue to captivate audiences with their timeless music.
Over the years, Bad Company has seen various changes in its lineup. Notable former members include Steve Price on bass and backing vocals; Brian Howe as lead vocalist and saxophonist; Boz Burrell on bass and backing vocals; Geoff Whitehorn as a guitarist; Lynn Sorensen as a bassist; Paul Cullen as a bassist; Rick Wills as a bassist; Dave "Bucket" Colwell as a guitarist, keyboardist, and backing vocalist; Robert Hart as lead vocalist; Jaz Lochrie as a bassist; and Gary "Harry" James on drums.