Paul Rodgers has had an unforgettable profession going back to 1968, when he mixed with Andy Fraser, Simon Kirke, and the good guitarist Paul Kosoff, to type Free. Unfortunately, the band didn’t make it worldwide, and Rodgers and Kirke fashioned Bad Company with Boz Burrell and Mick Ralphs. Bad Company was a hit from day one, and had a really profitable profession, breaking apart in 1982. Rodgers went on be in the Firm with Jimmy Page, Chris Slade, and Tony Franklin. After an outstanding debut album, the band second album tanked, and the band broke up.
Bright Eyes has created new and revolutionary music that sounds so completely different from anything out there and that transfers into their live performance. While Oberst can be known for his political tirades in his lyrics and on stage, he can again it up with unfortgetable performances. I have seen Bright Eyes 3 instances … Read more