Rock Legends Kansas and Paul Rodgers of Bad Company
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The last date listed for Kansas was Sunday August 10, 2003 / 8:00pm (6:00pm Doors open).
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Kansas has produced eight gold albums, three sextuple-platinum albums, one platinum live album, and a million-selling gold single.
Paul Rodgers had six multi-platinum albums with Bad Company.
In a rarity for a veteran band, the original members of Kansas are back together and sounding better than ever. Their live rendition of hits “Carry On My Wayward Son” and “Dust In The Wind” prove that the band’s sizable talent is undiminished.
Fusing the complexity of British progressive-rock with an American heartland sound representative of their name, Kansas was one of the most popular bands of the late 70’s.
As one of rock ‘n roll’s most distinctive vocalists, Paul Rodgers first came to prominence in 1968 as a member of the seminal blues group Free, a youthful Rodgers had struggled to establish a foothold within London’s highly competitive music scene. Beginning in 1968’s “Tons of Sobs” and extending through 1973’s “Heartbreaker”, Free joined Cream and Led Zeppelin as leaders of the British blues revival.
When Free disbanded in 1973, Rodgers formed Bad Company, one of the most popular of all rock bands. Rodgers’ six multi-platinum albums with Bad Company have spawned such enduring radio classics as “Rock ’n Roll Fantasy”, “Shooting Star”, “Run With The Pack”, and “Rock Steady” to name just a few.