One of the most amazing characteristics of Atlanta is its level of diversity when it comes to taste in music, culture, and events.
With a deep connection to both rock and hip hop, the City of Atlanta serves as a prime destination for music lovers across the country.
For those who grew up following classic rock, make sure you don’t miss out on the opportunity to see Bad Company and Joe Walsh, as they head to the world famous Chastain Park Amphitheater on Friday, July 1.
Both groups kicked off their “One Hell of A Night” tour in Dallas last week, performing a career’s worth of songs, while also sharing a number of personal stories from their unbelievable journeys.
For long time fans of Bad Company, this year’s tour will include the former guitarist from the Black Crowes, Rich Robinson, who is standing in for Mick Ralphs.
Tickets are still available for the upcoming performance and can be purchase from Front Row Seats either online or by calling us at 404.633.2726!
Recent Setlist: Joe Walsh
- I Can Play That Rock And Roll
- Walk Away
- Analog Man
- Rosewood Bitters
- The Bomber: Closet Queen/Bolero/Cast Your Fate to the Wind
- Take It To The Limit
- Turn To Stone
- In The City
- Funk #49″
- Life’s Been Good
- Life In The Fast Lane
- Rocky Mountain Way
Recent Setlist: Bad Company
- Man Needs Woman
- Live for the Music
- Feel Like Makin’ Love
- Gone, Gone, Gone
- Burnin’ Sky
- Ready for Love
- Crazy Circles
- Rock ‘n’ Roll Fantasy
- Shooting Star
- Movin’ On
- Rock Steady
This was my fifth time seeing Bad Company and they boys didn’t disappoint! Great show that played for over three hours. Couldn’t have asked for a better experience!
This was an amazing show that was filled with classic hits from both groups. The show started around 7:30 p.m. and didn’t end until after 12:00 a.m.!
Both groups were very personable and interacted with the crowd throughout the night. We learned some interesting things about their past, their life on the road, and even a few humorous stories about crazy fans over the years.
Both groups performed an encore and I would definitely go see them again if given the opportunity.