40 years into its career, Bad Company will finally make its late night U.S. TV debut. The band will promote their upcoming 24-city 40th anniversary summer tour by appearing on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno on Monday, June 10th.
Since reuniting in 2001, Bad Company has only played 11 isolated performances, and has not staged a North American tour until now. The band features original members frontman Paul Rodgers, guitarist Mick Ralphs, and drummer Simon Kirke. Joining them on the road is former Heart guitarist -- and recent Rock Hall inductee -- Howard Leese and Rodgers' solo bassist Todd Ronning.
I REALLY wish this tour was coming somewhere reasonably close to Nashville but it is not. I've been a huge Bad Co. fan from the start!