Kreater Custom Motorcycles, High Tide Entertainment & 1st Video Band is proud to present Grammy Award winner Paul Rodgers who will be performing in Concert at Kelowna Community Theatre March 15, 2012. VIP Tickets will include an exclusive Concert “SWAG” pack including T-shirts, CDs, Lanyards, pre concert refreshments in KCT green room etc., The VIP tickets will be available at Kreater Custom Motorcycles. Special Guests will be Kelowna recording artists the FLU.
Paul Rodgers has sold in excess of 125 million records / CD’s! Writer and vocalist, Paul Rodgers has given us such rock anthems and hits songs as: CAN’T GET ENOUGH, ROCK ‘N’ ROLL FANTASY, ALL RIGHT NOW, SHOOTING STAR, FEEL LIKE MAKIN’ LOVE, RUNNIN’ WITH THE PACK, MOVIN’ ON, RADIOACTIVE, SATISFACTION GUARANTEED, GOOD LOVIN GONE BAD, YOUNG BLOOD, READY FOR LOVE, BAD COMPANY…and more.
Worldwide, musicians and critics have dubbed Paul Rodgers “THE VOICE”. Never before has any artist led three bands to international success in addition to creating a successful solo career, until Paul Rodgers. He is undeniably one of music’s most distinctive vocalists. He has written and recorded some of rock’s greatest hits, released 27 C.D.’s and sold 125 million C.D.’s
Prior to his solo career, Rodgers formed supergroup Bad Company, writing and singing smash hits like Grammy nominated “Fell Like Making Love” and “Can’t Get Enough”, “Shooting Star”, “Bad Company”, “Run With The Pack”, the last two featuring Paul on piano as well as vocals, plus “Rock n’ Roll Fantasy” with Paul on guitar and vocals. “Bad Company took off”, recalls Rodgers. “When we started our first U.S. tour, the album was #99 on the charts. Two months later it hit #1”. Bad Company earned six multi-platinum albums. “10 from 6” the group’s greatest hits compilation remains a top seller.
It was his joint billing with Led Zepplin guitarist Jimmy Page on the historic U.S. ARMS tour, including Eric Clapton and Jeff Beck, that led to forming the Firm with Page. Both Firm world tours were top grossing tours. “The Firm” and Mean Business”, the group’s two albums, also enjoyed international success producing the hits “Radioactive”, “Satisfaction Guaranteed” and “All The King’s Horses”.
Paul Rodgers first shot up the international radio charts and unto the music scene with his rock anthem “All Right Now” with Free. “All Right Now” hit #1 in over 20 territories and was recognized by ASCAO for garnering one million plus radio plays in the U.S. alone. At the time, Free and Led Zeppelin were the biggest grossing British acts. Free release four top five albums and were the leaders of the British blues rock invasion. Their unusual combination of blues, ballads and rock won them worldwide praise and an international following that continues today.