LIVE: Joe Walsh, Bad Company

Joe Walsh and Bad Company played "one hell of a night" at Sleep Train Amphitheatre May 18.

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Joe Walsh and Bad Company coheadlined the Sleep Train Amphitheatre May 18.
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Bad Company, the English supergroup featuring members of Mott the Hoople and King Crimson, joined Walsh for a memorable night of classic rock & roll.
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Both Walsh and Bad Company embarked on their “One Hell of a Night” tour on May 12 in Dallas, and they’ll finish it up July 3 in Nashville.
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Joe Walsh is best known for his wild antics and his role in the Eagles as guitarist, keyboardist, vocalist and songwriter.
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Walsh has quite the resume to brag about, including being a member of the best-selling American band in history.
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In 2011, "Rolling Stone" ranked Walsh 54th on their list of 100 greatest guitarists of all time.
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Who can forget the guitar solo he shared with Don Felder on “Hotel California”?
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Walsh’s setlist for the night included “I Can Play That Rock & Roll,” “Walk Away,” “Analog Man,” “Rosewood Bitters”...
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“The Bomber,” “Take It to the Limit,” “Turn to Stone,” “In the City”...
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“Funk #49,” “Life’s Been Good,” “Life in the Fast Lane” and “Rocky Mountain Way.”
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While not as popular as Walsh is in America, Bad Company are no slouches either.
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Having members of Free, Mott the Hoople and King Crimson throughout their tenure (not to mention Led Zeppelin’s former manager), Bad Company have really proved their name wrong.
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Bad Company’s first three albums reached the top five on both the US and UK album charts.
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They got their start in Westminster, London, in 1973, cycling through many members over the last four decades.
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Bad Company’s most recognizable singles -- “Bad Company,” “Can’t Get Enough,” “Good Lovin’ Gone Bad” and “Feel Like Makin’ Love” -- still make the rounds on the classic rock radio circuit.
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Bad Company started their night with “Live for the Music” and continued with “Gone, Gone, Gone,” “Feel Like Makin’ Love”...
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“Burnin’ Sky,” “Electricland,” “Ready for Love” by Mott the Hoople…
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“Shooting Star,” “Movin’ On” and “Can’t Get Enough.”
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Their encore included “Bad Company” and “Rock Steady.”
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