Free (band)

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Free
Origin London, England
Genres Blues-rock, hard rock
Years active 1968-1973
Labels A&M (US), Island
Associated acts Bad Company
Past members
John Bundrick
Andy Fraser
Simon Kirke
Paul Kossoff
Wendell Richardson
Paul Rodgers
Tetsu Yamauchi

Free were an English rock band. The band started in London, England in 1968. They are best known for their famous song called "All Right Now". When the band ended the singer, Paul Rodgers, went on to form the band Bad Company. The lead guitarist of Free was named Paul Kossoff. In 1976 he died from a drug-induced heart failure. He was only 25 years old.