Brian Howe is making a new CD for release in 1999.
Marlon, son of Mike Montgomery from the band Back Street Crawler, has a website in honor of his father.
If any fans want to contact me on ICQ, my number is 16431766.
Check here for information about ICQ.
I thought I was hearing things ... check this out.
You can still catch a few Bad Company clips at Real
I recently saw a tape of a tribute band to FREE from Japan called Tons of Sobs. Very
good indeed. Look out for their upcoming website.
If you missed this GREAT concert, you can hear it NOW and always in the Archives at Live Concerts.
We have found a company that has Bad Company and The Firm patches. Both are rare and
nice for your collection. From Auriga Music
Howard Leese has now joined
the resto of his band for some more dates around the USA.
Geoff Whitehorn is apparently touring with the British Rock Symphony. See website for details.
One of Lucy's favorite sites about
Lead guitarist Randy Hansen who is presently touring with Paul Rodgers, has now an official web site.
Paul Rodgers plans to release more singles from the 'NOW' CD. As soon as we hear more,
we will announce which they are.
Look out for the phrase "Take Time to Live." It's popping up everywhere.
Phrase written to Paul by Elvis Presley.
Check out this new FREE web site
Lucy is planning to put together a museum for FREE. It will include photographs, news
articles, concert tickets and posters from 1970. If you have anything interesting you
would like to contribute to the museum, let Lucy know.
This book has so much information, it's taking longer than expected to complete. Here
is a taste of what is to come. (1970 photos by Lucy Piller)
CHAR, a Japanese guitarist, is featured in the next FAS Magazine which is due out
shortly. CHAR was the lead guitarist with Jim Copely in a band called Psychedelix.
Two reviews in from concerts in Missouri in July and
Ringo Starr & His All Starr Band tour
schedule for 1999, featuring Joe Walsh, Todd Rundgren, Gary Brooker, Jack Bruce and
Tour schedule as published on Pollstar.
Here's Paul with Professor
Thurston in the UK before the Portsmouth Guildhall concert.
Read about Geoff Whitehorn's
career. This site has been updated recently with much more information.
The Wynnco site has some
interesting Bad Company items for sale.
Photo Gallery #6 has photos of Paul Rodgers in concert in
Seattle, June 1998.
Read the latest concert reviews of Paul Rodgers and Brian Howe.
Check out this link to Tribute Band
Mania for details about tribute bands.
Promo poster (new) for sale, one only, of Bad Company "Rough Diamonds". It
shows a black and white group shot, size 30x20, cost is $20 + pp.
If interested, contact Rich and mention that
you found the ad on this web site. Whoever buys it, let Lucy know what it's like.
The nomination and induction process for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is coordinated
by the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Foundation in New York City. Send your nominations to:
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Foundation
1290 Avenue of the Americas
New York, NY 10104, USA
Describe why you believe that Paul belongs in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
On June 20, Paul will appear in concert with guitarist Carl Verheyen. Follow
this link for Carl's bio.
In 1990, Paul Rodgers performed Smoke on the Water with the artists below. If
you can get a copy of this track you won't be sorry.
Produced by Gary Langan and Geoff Downes. Life-Aid Armenia Records 1990.
The Mayhem Mix and The Radio Mix! Performing artists:
Lead guitarists: Richie Blackmore (Deep Purple), Dave Gilmour (Pink Floyd), Tony Iommi
(Black Sabbath), Alex Lifeson (Rush), Brian May (Queen) and Geoff Beauchamp.
Vocalists: Ian Gillan, Bryan Adams, Bruce Dickinson (Iron Maiden), Paul
Bass guitar: Chris Squire (Yes).
Keyboards: Keith Emerson (ELP), Geoff Downes (Asia, ex-Yes).
Drums: Roger Taylor (Queen).
Interesting website for
hand made Gibson Les Paul models.
Check out this website with over 120,000 rare
vinyls and CDs for Free and Bad Company and other bands.
Lucy is trying to locate a friend from the swinging 60's in
Read the review by Chip Hart, drummer of
the Fat James Band which backed Paul Rodgers for two concerts in Seattle.
Also, there is the Bellingham WA review
Diversity is essential for No Luggage, the New Jersey outfit whose
roots remain firmly planted in the rich history of the music they play. A good dose of
Free and a healthy dash of Led Zeppelin come instantly to mind. By Todd Smith and David
We have added a new page to the site: The Links. It contains
interesting links to other web sites.
Peter Bradley is constructing the Paul Kossoff Tribute Page.
Photo Gallery #5 has photos of Paul Rodgers in concert with
Bad Company in the 1970's.
Read Karim's review of the concert
in Vancouver on 17 January.
Read the review of the concert on 10 January.
Lucy has found a wide selection of music clips of all your favorites on Tunes. Many CD's
are available for sale.
Article by David Clayton, published in FAS Issue 77.
Andy Fraser, some thirteen years after the release of Fine Fine Line, finally has a new
album ready to go. While I presently have no details - and Andy won't tell me anything
except "it's fantastic" - I've been told by Johnny Glover (Free's old manager)
that it's "brilliant, not a bad track." So there is something to look forward to
in the new year. Also, it's possible athat Andy's two 1975 CBS albums may be released on
CD soon as well. About bloody time, too! I daren't even hope for UK gigs.
Introducing: FREE Again, a British band playing FREE and
Bad Company music.
An upcoming issue of MOJO will feature the FREE. MOJO is a British magazine and is
available at some better book stores and some music stores across the U.S. Price $6.95 per
Apparently, the Free spread will hit the newsstand on April 15, 1998. Check before
At NOW Media Services, you'll find a
selection of fascinating photographs of Paul Kossoff. The prices are for serious
collectors only (expensive), but they are a nice collection.
There are Paul Rodgers pictures as well by request.