Legendary Canadian musicians and songwriters Randy Bachman and Burton Cummings are reuniting for a tour featuring some of the biggest rock hits of all time that is coming to Dayton this summer.
Together Again, Live In Concert will celebrate the music of The Guess Who, Bachman-Turner Overdrive and Burton Cummings. The U.S. tour will kick off in Huber Heights, at Rose Music Center on Saturday, June 13, 2020.
Rock group The Edgar Winter Band will join Bachman & Cummings as support.
Tickets will range from $23.50 to $73 and will go on sale to the public beginning at 11 a.m. Friday, March 13, at www.Ticketmaster.com and www.Rosemusiccenter.com. Ticket prices include parking and are subject to applicable Ticketmaster fees. Dates, times and artists subject to change without notice. All events rain or shine.
“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,” and “You Saved My Soul” are some of the dozens of gold and platinum hits between the artists.
To coincide with Together Again, Live In Concert, Sony Music Entertainment will release a limited-edition box set in June 2020. The Bachman Cummings Collection includes five albums by The Guess Who from their formative 1969-1971 period—including Canned Wheat, American Woman, and Share The Land—alongside material from both Bachman-Turner Overdrive and Burton Cummings.
In the U.S., The Guess Who had three Billboard 200 Top 20 albums, five Billboard Hot 100 Top 10 singles, and six RIAA Gold records. In 1970, “American Woman” became a rock anthem, claiming the #1 spot on Billboard for three consecutive weeks and landing at #3 on Billboard’s Year-End Hot 100.
Bachman-Turner Overdrive’s “You Ain’t Seen Nothing Yet” topped the charts in the U.S. and Canada and gave Randy Bachman that rarest of accomplishments: two #1 records with two different bands. In the U.S., Bachman-Turner Overdrive was awarded eight RIAA gold/platinum records, and made several Billboard chart appearances, including four albums on the Billboard 200 and three singles on the Billboard Hot 100.
Disbanding The Guess Who in 1975, Burton Cummings launched a solo career the following year with the million-selling single “Stand Tall.”
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What: Randy Bachman and Burton Cummings Together Again Live in Concert
When: Saturday, June 13, 2020
Where: Rose Music Center, 6800 Executive Blvd., Huber Heights
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