Bachman and Turner Tickets
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You ain't seen nothing yet until you've experienced Bachman and Turner in concert! Over the span of four years, Bachman-Turner Overdrive sold more than 30 million albums, earning an amazing 120 platinum, gold and silver discs. Not only did they score hits in over 20 countries, but the band's tunes have also claimed the No. 1 spot on Billboard's singles charts. If you loved the hit tunes of this group in the 1970s, you're sure to enjoy the Bachman and Turner revival, which is led by Randy Bachman and Fred Turner, and has been selling outconcert tickets for live shows. Bachman and Turner are back on the road and better than ever! You can take a walk down memory lane and check them out at venues like the Cannery Casino in North Las Vegas, Nevada and England Brothers Park in Pinellas Park, Florida. To stay on top of all of Bachman and Turner's performances, sign up for event updates right here through StubHub. Don't miss out, and check it out today!
Bachman and Turner Background
Randy Bachman initially made it big when he performed with The Guess Who, the band out of Winnipeg, who is celebrated for monster hits like "American Woman." Bachman soared even higher in his career when he collaborated with Fred Turner to establish Bachman-Turner Overdrive, which became bigger than life with colossal universal success. At the height of their career, the band's distinguishing brand of raw, blue-collar kind of rock headlined the marquees of some of the most high-profile venues on the planet! Legions of fans everywhere were singing along to "Hey You," "Taking Care of Business," "Looking Out for #1″ and "My Wheels Won't Turn."
When the two rock and roll giants went their separate ways in 1977, Bachman pursued a solo career and participated in the Guess Who reunion. He eventually cemented his reputation as a jazz artist and host of the "Vinyl Tap" CBC/Sirius radio show. Fred Turner, on the other hand, soldiered on with the other members of Bachman-Turner Overdrive before retiring from music at the close of the 90s to foster his passion for cars.
Nevertheless, the two had prolonged feelings which lingered on for over 10 years. They knew they still needed to work together again. Then, Bachman dedicated his efforts to a solo album where he wanted to encourage different vocalists to join in on the project. He initially asked Turner to lend his vocals to a track called, "Rock 'n' Roll is the Only Way Out." Bachman said, "It was perfect for his gritty, refrigerator-sized voice. It turned out so incredible, that I asked if he wanted to sing on a few more. He sent me some of his original material and from that it morphed into a Bachman & Turner project."
The two vocalists share lead singing duties on anthems like "Rollin' Along." Soon after the reunion, the pair hit the road together, playing their wide catalog of hits as well as a preview of the new tunes, that nudged Turner out of retirement. "If I have a chance to go out and play new things and grow, then I'll really be offering people something," Turner said. "It's all about the music, the creative process, the collaboration and teamwork of two old friends and partners."
Bachman and Turner's world premiere happened in June 2010 at the Sweden Rock Festival, taking the stage next to rock icons like Guns N' Roses, Aerosmith and Billy Idol. They are reunited at last, and Bachman & Turner are giving their hordes of fans something new and "taking care of business" at the same time!
Bachman and Turner Albums
Since their reunion, Bachman and Turner have released the studio albumsBachman & Turner(2010);Forged In Rock(2010); andLive at the Roseland Ballroom NYC(2012).
Bachman and Turner Trivia
Did you know that rock heroes, Bachman-Turner Overdrive (BTO) inspired horror author Stephen King? Yes, it's true. King's pen name, Richard Bachman, came about after King heard "You Ain't Seen Nothing Yet" for the first time.
Bachman and Turner Concert Experience
Bachman and Turner is the latest installment of Bachman-Turner Overdrive, the Canadian rock band that became an all-time favorite of the 1970s thanks to big hits like "Takin' Care of Business" and "You Ain't Seen Nothing Yet." BTO went on hiatus in 2005, but after several years Randy Bachman and Fred Turner revived the band with a spin-off called Bachman and Turner.
We all know there are a variety of ways to get your music in today's day and age, but to see one of your favorite artists perform live on stage gives you a completely different perception and experience! Why miss out on the chance to feel the beats coarse through your veins surrounded by hundreds of other fans who share in your passion for the music?
Bachman and Turner know a thing or two about getting the a crowd going. So drop that bag of chips, get off the couch and head out for a night of captivating music by the iconic rock band Bachman and Turner. The concert experience is nothing short of spectacular, as any fan can confirm, but it's still something that you have to embrace if you want to truly appreciate. When a talented group like Bachman and Turner takes the stage, the vibe is ever-present, giving you plenty of reasons to click off the big-screen and head out to see it all happen up close and personal as Bachman and Turner looks to put on yet another fantastic show for his devout fan base.
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