Brian Howe
Brian Howe Long regarded as one of rock's legendary voices, Brian Howe started his career in 1983 as lead vocalist for Ted Nugent, recording Nugent's "Penetrator" album and fronting it's subsequent world tour.

In 1984, the 2 existing members of Bad Company - drummer Simon Kirke, and guitarist Mick Ralphs courted Brian to replace Paul Rodgers as the lead singer. Brian decided to accept the offer and continue the legend of Bad Company. This was not an easy task, but along with Kirke and Ralphs, Brian created, wrote, recorded and toured FOR THE NEXT 10 YEARS, headlining every major venue around the globe.

Along with Bad Company's highly acclaimed 1993 live CD "What You Hear Is What You Get - The Best of Bad Company - Live" Brian wrote and sold 19 million additional albums highlighted by such radio and video hits as "Holy Water'" "If You Needed Somebody," "No Smoke Without A Fire," and "How About That," - not to mention a few of the group's previous hits as recorded on the "live" CD.

Millions of records later, Brian is back and ready to unleash his awesome vocals upon his audiences and fans performing all of Bad Company's hit songs including such classics as "Can't Get Enough," "Bad Company," "Holy Water," "Ready For Love," and many other Bad Co. hits.

His sellout performances in venues around the world is an event you must see and hear - because "What You Hear Is What You Get - The Best Of Bad Company - Live!"

Brian Howe is the man who made his name in the mid 1980s with a string of successful albums with Bad Company. Now he's back with a new solo album and the frontman.

"Circus Bar" comes roaring out of the gates with the aptly titled "I’m Back". HOWE is running on all cylinders with this infectious number that not only showcases that great voice of his but brings back memories of just how well done those albums he did with BAD COMPANY were. Those records were loaded with catchy, memorable songs and "I'm Back" shows more than a few shreds of that sound.