If you remember the Guess Who staples like "American Woman" and "These Eyes," you're sure to know and love Burton Cummings,
the longtime lead singer for the '60s/'70s Canadian rock band. Burton Cummings is still lighting up the music scene on his
own and has several hits in the 2000s, helping to sell concert
tickets to any and all live performances.
Burton Cummings rose to fame with the band the Guess Who in the late 1960s, instantly becoming a worldwide sensation. Cummings
co-wrote songs like "American Woman" and "Share the Land" for the Guess Who, and in the mid-1970s he became a bona fide sensation
as a solo artist, as well. Cummings is still pumping out new music on his own, staying in the spotlight long past the Guess
Who's musical heyday!
Burton Cummings has gone from the frontman of one of the most popular 1970s bands to solo singer still burning up the music
charts through the 2000s and beyond, proving his mainstay status in the music industry. Cummings has several concerts planned
for shows in Canada in the near future, including performances at venues such as the Olympia
Theater in Montreal, among several others.
Any fans of the Guess Who will want to get concert
tickets to upcoming Burton Cummings performances, as part of the band will always live on through this solo superstar.
Cummings took the Guess Who to all new heights in the '70s before the band broke up, and his own songs and albums have become
huge hits, as well.