Bad Company On approaching the LG Arena (NEC as it was formerly known) I couldn't work out whether it was the adverse weather conditions or the general age of the audience that was accounting for the copious amount of wrinkles at the Bad Company gig on Thursday night... ...On closer inspection, and much like the Fleetwood Mac gig that GJ covered last year, it was the average age of the blues bands fan base which accounted for the odd crows foot or two, not surprising when you consider that the band - the brain child of former Free front man Paul Rodgers, started plying their trade in the year I was born (1973 in case you didn't know) and had many of their hits throughout the 70s.


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Flyleaf With the music they play connecting with people across so many genres, its’ easy to forget that they are classed as a ‘Christian’ band, although I read that they don’t like being referred to as just one genre which I personally like as I really think religion and music should always remain separate. Just as the waiting crowd was starting to get a little restless, the lights went up, and beautiful front lady Lacey Mosley walked onto the stage in a stunning red floor length dress and black DMs. Opening with ‘Fully Alive’ from their self titled debut album, everyone seemed to take a step backwards in awe at the power of the voice coming out of such a petite person.


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