British rock band Badfinger was formed in Swansea, Southern Wales, the UK. Originally, the band was founded under the name The Panthers, they are also known as The Iveys, but they had to change their moniker for something else, thus Badfinger appeared. The band was founded in 1961 and the name Badfinger was chosen in 1969. The classical band’s line-up composed of Pete Ham (vocals, guitar, keyboards), Mike Gibbins (vocals, drums, percussion, keyboards), Tom Evans (vocals, bass, guitar), and Joey Molland (vocals, guitar, keyboards). The group lost their principal singers and songwriters Pete Ham and Tom Evans who committed suicide in 1975 and in 1983 respectively. The band saw may splits and reunions and finally they broke up in 1994. The band’s main releases were produced by Paul McCartney. You can download one of the earliest Badfinger’s albums “Magic Christian Music” in mp3 from our site.