Bachman-Cummings: Together Again
NEW DATE: CANCELLED – Showtime: 7:00pm, Doors Open: 6:00pm
Tickets & Parking – Tickets: $53.00 – $103.00 Parking: $10
Suites – 12 Person: $1,300; 24 Person: $2,300 View Suite Information
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PLEASE NOTE: It is with regret Bachman Cummings announce the cancellation of the US leg of their highly anticipated tour “Together Again – Live In Concert”, scheduled to occur this September.
While Randy and Burton have been looking forward to reuniting for their fans throughout the United States, they extend their love and appreciation to all of the fans that were planning to come to these shows, and they cannot wait to see you all again when things are more predictable in terms of travel in and out of Canada.
Legendary Canadian musicians and songwriters Randy Bachman and Burton Cummings announced today a US leg of their reunion tour entitled Together Again, Live in Concert. Bachman and Cummings return to the stage for this tour for the first time in more than a decade. Together Again, Live In Concert will celebrate the music of The Guess Who, Bachman-Turner Overdrive and Burton Cummings.
“These Eyes,” “Laughing,” “Undun,” “No Time,” “American Woman,” “No Sugar Tonight,” “Hand Me Down World,” “Share The Land,” “Albert Flasher,” “Follow Your Daughter Home,” “Glamour Boy,” “Star Baby,” “Clap For The Wolfman,” “Let It Ride,” “Takin’ Care Of Business,” “You Ain’t Seen Nothing Yet,” “Hey You,” “Lookin’ Out For #1,” “Stand Tall,” “I’m Scared,” “My Own Way To Rock,” “Break It To Them Gently,” “Fine State Of Affairs,” “You Saved My Soul”—and that’s only some of the dozens of gold and platinum hits between them.
As one of the founding members, lead singer, lead guitarist, and wrote 90% of the Grand Funk music catalog, Mark Farner has always been known as the energetic driving force on stage, the engine that pulled the original Grand Funk Railroad to the top of the charts. From his soulful voice and power rock riffs, to fueling the Funk with his atomic stage presence. His story and his imprint on music starts with Flint and since 1969 from his humble beginnings and a blue-collar outlook, Farner has captained a global crusade for love and freedom and became a rock ‘n’ roll icon.