Rock singer songwriter extraordinaire Randy Bachman is at it again, hitting the tour road in a whirlwind frenzy of continent criss crossing tour events that will take him to all the most exciting venues North America has to offer. Don't miss the Randy Bachman 2015 tour when it makes its way to a city near you, with stops including: Milwaukee, WI; Cleveland, OH; Calgary and Edmonton, AB; Toronto, ON; Ridgefield, CT; New York City, NY; and Beverly Hills, CA. Don't see the Randy Bachman 2015 tour making its way to a location near you? Keep calm and keep checking back because this old time rock and roll icon is always adding new performances and last minute shows to his exciting tour calendar. His currently listed Spring time shows are just a taste of bigger and better things to come as the Randy Bachman tour jams its way into the latter half of 2015. Stay up to date on all his latest updates and tour info right here at StubHub, your number one resource for all of your online concert ticket needs.
First, the Randy Bachman 2015 tour will be breaking ground in the heart of middle America, with a special performance at the adult wonderland of the Potawatomi Casino's Northern Lights Theatre in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Next up he'll head to the Quickens Loans Arena in Cleveland, Ohio, one of the musical meccas of the midwest where he'll be bringing down the house before he heads north of the border for three special performances that will wow and amaze Canadian music fans all across the provinces of Alberta and Ontario. He'll be making stops in legendary northern locations such as Calgary's Deerfoot Inn and Casino and Edmonton's Citadel Theatre, before he finally blows all of Canada away as he heads to the northern cultural epicenter of Toronto to bring down the house at the Virgin Mobile Mod Club. Randy will be heading back down south for a performance at Connecticut's Ridgefield Playhouse, before he makes his way to the cultural capital of New York City for the most exciting performance on the docket for his 2015 tour. Randy will be making his way to the New York Society for Ethical Culture Concert Hall, which sits right in the heart of Manhattan, straddling the west side of Central Park. Randy Bachman's NYC show is the perfect location to start an epic night on the town that includes all the nightlife, cultural heritage, and outright fun that the Big Apple has to offer. Finally, the Randy Bachman 2015 tour will be coming to a climactic end as he crosses the continent to make his way to the best coast, where Randy will be lighting up the Golden State like never before as he heads to the beating cultural heart of America's entertainment scene - Beverly Hills, California. Randy will set the roof on fire at the iconic Saban Theatre, which sits right on the border of West Hollywood and Beverly Hills and just a stone's throw from the dynamic entertainment offered by Santa Monica and Sunset boulevards.
Whether he's jamming at the most famous concert halls or playing to standing room crowds at the world's most hopping music theatres, the Randy Bachman 2015 tour has fans and critics everywhere shaking with anticipation. Be sure to hop aboard the Randy Bachman tour train when it chugs into a local near you!
About Randy Bachman
Hailing from the vast wild wonderland known as Canada, Randy Bachman spent his early years in Winnipeg, displaying a knack for music that would earn him a position studying music and violin at the ripe young age of 5. Despite his early flirtations with classical music, he would soon be won over by the bad boys of rock as he became heavily influenced by the likes of legendary performer Elvis Presley and famed abd boy guitarist Chet Atkins. His love for music would see him cross paths with legendary guitarist Les Paul, who personally taught Randy the chords to the timeless track "How High the Moon". In the early 60s, Bachman began experimenting with various musical projects, founding the group Al and The Silvertones, which would later change its name to The Guess Who. The group experienced mainstream success during the latter half of the 60s, with the band's number one hit "American Woman" catapulting Randy directly into the music media mainstream.
A new decade would bring new opportunities for Randy, with him recording his debut solo album in 1970 after his departure from The Guess Who. He would them move on to form the country oriented act Brave Belt, which would eventually morph into the Mercury Records signed act Bachman-Turner Overdrive. The band would dominate the early and mid 70s, until Randy departed the group in 1977. He would form various other rock groups, including the rock duo Ironhorse, and today remains active both with his solo career as well as reunions with the various musical acts he associated with during his rise to fame during the 60s and 70s.
2007's Jukebox is a recent piece of the Randy Bachman discography, a rock tome that dropped in the Sony BMG music label alongside collaborative partner Burton Cummings. The album received positive reviews from critics, including receiving praise from AllMusic, and consisted mostly of cover tracks from the music that influenced Bachman during his early years. Tracks covered include "I'm Happy Just to Dance with You" (the Beatles), "Like a Rolling Stone" (Bob Dylan), and "Little Queenie" (Chuck Berry).
Randy Bachman's religious beliefs would consistently clash with the rock and roll lifestyle associated with many of the bands he played with. His band mates' partying would be part of the impetus for Randy departing from so many different musical acts.
The Randy Bachman Concert Experience
From start to finish, the Randy Bachman concert experience delivers all the hard hitting rock sounds that only a five decade veteran as talented as Randy can deliver. Whether he's opening with solo tracks or closing down with your favorite The Guess Who Jams, don't miss your chance to catch this living legend live and in the flesh. Get your tickets today!
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