Randy Bachman Tickets
Randy Bachman tickets are up for sale, so grab your concert tickets as soon as possible. The Canadian musician, who is the founding member of the 60s and 70s rock outfits like ‘Bachman-Turner Overdrive’ and ‘The Guess Who’ is coming to your town soon! He is scheduled to perform at Calgary, Edmonton, Regina, Green Bay, Winnipeg, Saint Paul and many other places. He will be sharing the stage with the famous American rock band, Lynyrd Skynyrd. They are all set to fire up the stage, so you better buy your tickets before they sell. So what are you waiting for? Bring along your friends and family and get a chance to enjoy this wonderful concert
Randy Bachman Tickets
Buy your Randy Bachman tickets at the earliest and get a chance to catch your favorite rock musician perform live. If you are a fan of rock and roll music, this concert will be a treat for your ears!
Randy Bachman was born in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada in 1943. He started studying violin when he was five years old. When he was fifteen, he saw Elvis Presley perform on the Tommy Dorsey’s TV show and was instantly impressed by him. After that, he started learning how to play the guitar.
The Guess Who
Chad Allan and Randy Bachman co founded ‘AI & the Silvertones’ in 1960 in Winnipeg. The group later changed its name to ‘Chan Allan and the Expressions.’ They eventually settled with the name ‘The Guess Who.’ The band had a number one hit in Canada in 1965, with their cover of ‘Shakin’ All Over.’ This track also charted at number 22 in the US. Burton Cummings was then made the primary vocalist when Chad Allan left the group in 1966. The group finally rose to fame in 1969 with its hit song ‘These Eyes.’ Over the next two years, they released three commercially successful albums; ‘American Woman’, ‘Canned Wheat’ and ‘Wheatfield.’
Brave Belt and Bachman-Turner Overdrive
Before leaving the band ‘The Guess Who,’ he recorded a solo album, titled ‘Axe.’ In 1971, he formed a country rock outfit called ‘Brave Belt’ with Chad Allan. The duo released its first album ‘Brave Belt’ in 1971. The band’s name was later changed to ‘Bachman-Turner Overdrive’ when Fred Turner joined the group. In 1973, they signed up with Mercury Records and released their first album that year.
Later that year, they released their second album ‘Bachman-Turner Overdrive II.’ This album was more successful as compared to the previous album. The album produced hit songs like ‘Let It Ride’ and ‘Takin Care of Business.’ The former charted at number 23 in the US and the latter rose to number 12. The group released the LP ‘Not Fragile’ in 1974 which rose to the number one spot on the album charts in US and Canada. The album featured hits like ‘Roll On Down the Highway’ and ‘You Ain’t Seen Nothin’ Yet.’ The group’s next two albums ‘Head On’ and ‘Four Wheel Drive’ did well on the charts and produced more hit tracks like ‘Take It Like a Man’ and ‘Hey You.’ In 1977, Randy Bachman left the group due to certain disagreements. The group continued making music under the name ‘BTO.’
Post Bachman-Turner Overdrive
After leaving the group, Bachman worked on his solo album, titled ‘Survivor.’ He then formed a band called ‘Ironhorse’ with the singer/bassist, Tom Sparks. In 1979, the band released its debut album. The album’s single ‘Sweet Lui-Louise’ charted at number 26 in Canada and at number 36 in America. It also did well in Europe.
After they completed touring for the album, Tom Sparks left the group. Frank Ludwig soon joined them after that. In 1980, the group released its second album ‘Everything Is a Grey.’ This album had a pop sound, as compared to their debut album, that had a rock feel to it. Fred Turner then rejoined Bachman in 1981 and released an album called ‘On Strike’ under the name ‘Union.’
He has received the number 1 spot on radio playlists in more than 20 countries, thanks to his incredible songwriting abilities. He has also sold more than a whopping 40 million records over the course of his career. His songs have been used in a number of movie and television soundtracks.
Bachman has managed to make a mark in the music industry, thanks to his countless hit singles and albums. If you want to experience his incredible music, buy your Randy Bachman tickets soon!
Randy Bachman Venues
- Randy Bachman Rams Head On Stage
- Randy Bachman Sony Hall
Randy Bachman Tour Dates 2019 & Concerts
Nothing beats the joy of watching your favorite music artist perform live! Randy Bachman's concert dates are out and fans are looking forward to the upcoming shows. The next concert will be held in Annapolis at the Rams Head On Stage on 27-Aug-19, while the last available date is for the event scheduled for New York at the Sony Hall on 28-Aug-19. For complete information regarding dates and venues, please visit our website.
|Randy Bachman||Rams Head On Stage||Annapolis, MD||Tue Aug 27 201908:00 PM|
|Randy Bachman||Sony Hall||New York, NY||Wed Aug 28 201908:00 PM|
Randy Bachman Ticket Prices
The average price for Randy Bachman Tickets start from $151. The minimum get in price is $18 for Randy Bachman Tickets at the Sony Hall, New York. For a detailed look at ticket prices and amazing discounts, visit our website.
|Name||City||Date||Average Ticket Price||Get In Price
|Randy Bachman||New York||28-Aug-19||$151||$18|
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