Paul Rodgers: Bad Company Not Planning to Return to America for Touring
Bad Company frontman Paul Rodgers has warned fans the British rock super group are unlikely to return to tour in America following the band's Oklahoma show in October. The "Feel Like Makin' Love" hitmakers will play their last planned stateside show on October 7, at The Joint inside the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Catoosa, near Tulsa.
And Rodgers anticipates the gig will be his farewell to Bad Company fans in the U.S., because the singer wants to focus on his solo act. Asked about future U.S. dates, he tells the Times Record Online, "After this Tulsa show, there will be no further plans for Bad Company beyond dates in Japan."
He goes on sharing, "I'm working on new solo material in the studio, and I've got a solo U.K. tour planned later, so I'm just seeing how it goes."
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