Latest EP “Artificial Kind” Features Vocals by Jeff Keith of Tesla On 3 Songs & Was Produced by Brian Wheat of Tesla
Extensive Touring as Direct Support for Tesla (FOUR US TOURS!)
2022 Tour Supporting Buckcherry
Monsters of Rock 2022 & Monsters on the Mountain Festival 2022 Appearances
Extensive 2023 US Tour Supporting Enuff Z' Nuff & The Quireboys
Shared The Stage With Extreme, Stephen Pearcy, L.A. Guns, Geoff Tate, Last in Line, Scott Weiland, and Many More
Bad Marriage is not just another band out of Boston. They come out of the gutter swinging with a thunderous rock n roll swagger that would make the ‘Bad Boys of Boston’ smile. Indulging their mutual thirst for tone and overdriven guitars, Bad Marriage pays homage to the British blues-hard rock of the past while etching their own signature style and sound.
Formed in 2015, Bad Marriage exploded onto the hard rock scene, setting the bar high with their airtight, energetic live shows that have created a massive following of support. Bad Marriage is made up of Jonny Paquin on vocals, Mike Fitz on lead guitar, Ian Haggerty on rhythm guitar, Todd Boisvert on bass, and Michael Delaney on drums. In 2023, guitarist Tommy Skeoch, formerly of the band Tesla, joined the band, making Bad Marriage a six-piece with a blistering three guitar attack!
Bad Marriage has toured nationally with Tesla and Buckcherry. They have had the honor of opening for Extreme, Stephen Pearcy, L.A. Guns, Geoff Tate, Last in Line, Scott Weiland, and many more. As a result of the band’s success, they were welcomed to play on the 2022 Monsters of Rock cruise and 2022’s Monsters on the Mountain where they shared the stage with legends such as Alice Cooper, Quiet Riot, Kix, Night Ranger, and Tom Kiefer
Bad Marriage has released two full length albums, titled ‘Bad Marriage’ and ‘Bad Marriage 2.’ The band is excited to release their next EP, ‘Artificial Mind’, that was produced by Brian Wheat of Tesla. The lead single ‘Tear it Down’ is ready to release to a mainstream audience in early 2023 with a US tour to start shortly after.