Bad Company made their network debut last night on The Tonight Show With Jay Leno, performing their classic "Bad Company" in preparation of the band's 40th anniversary tour. Swirling fog lent an ethereal air as Paul Rodgers and Co. churned through the title track to the band's 1974 album, Bad Company. The musicians today will be featured guests at the Grammy Museum in L.A. for a Q&A with fans followed by an intimate performance. They kick off their tour June 15th in Rancho Mirage, California.
Bad Company Make Late-Night Debut on 'Leno'
Rockers are starting a 40th anniversary tour this week
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