Bachman & Turner: Canadian Rock Legends at Wold Trap
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Bachman & Turner, the driving forces behind classic rock anthems “You Ain’t Seen Nothin’ Yet,” “Takin’ Care of Business,” and “Let it Ride” reunite for a new 2010 album and amazing world tour.
Randy Bachman first achieved Billboard radio chart success with the song “Shakin’ All Over,” performed in 1965 by his band, the Guess Who. Fred Turner was playing in a cover band when he got a call from Bachman asking for him to join the band Brave Belt.
Bachman and Turner reunited to record the title track of Bachman’s next album, Rock ’n’ Roll is the Only Way Out, due out this fall.