FREE At Last
Play the music of Free
and Bad Company
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Free at Last were
formed in 1982 under the name Uncle Sam. Uncle Sam featured three of the current
members, Jak (guitar/vocals), Shane (guitar) and Mick (drums) until Dave joined
on bass in 1994.
Uncle Sam's set contained a few original songs plus covers by such classic acts as ZZ Top, Pat Travers and of course Free. All the guys in the band have always had a great passion for the music of Free, so in 1996 when deciding to create a tribute there was only one choice who it would be.
Since then they have gone from strength to strength headlining at Bill Flynn's Free Convention and playing many of the top venues around the country, universally agreed to be the best Free and Bad Company tribute around.
With the original Bad Company recently reforming for a world tour and Paul Rodgers releasing albums into the millenium it only serves to prove sustained interest in what the band are trying to recreate.
So for a night of 70's style red hot blues influenced, soul stealing ROCK the choice must be FREE AT LAST!