You ain’t seen nothin’ yet as Bachman-Turner Overdrive reunite for a tour, new music
Canadian classic rock legends Bachman-Turner Overdrive have announced that they’re reuniting, with a 6-city tour lined up for this fall, with new music, merchandise and more coming our way soon.
According to the press release from SiriusXM Canada Talks’ own Eric Alper, “Legendary guitarist and songwriter Randy Bachman is thrilled to announce the resurrection of his iconic 70s rock band Bachman-Turner Overdrive (BTO). Original BTO bassist and lead vocalist C. F. “Fred” Turner is on track to start helping Randy put it all together as soon as he can.”
The release continues, “Also joining Randy and Fred in BTO will be Randy’s son, Tal, along with touring musicians Marc, Brent, and Mick.
“Randy, Fred, and Tal are already writing and recording new songs and planning tours around the world. A BTO concert movie (filmed in 1976) is slated for release 2024, as is a double live album recorded that same year at Tokyo’s Budokan Arena. Also on offer will be a wide range of vintage-style BTO merchandise: not just T-shirts, but belt buckles, leather bags, watches, gears, lighters, and more.”
Formed in 1973, Bachman-Turner Overdrive have sold 40 million albums around the world and have written countless staples of classic rock, including “Takin’ Care of Business,” “You Ain’t Seen Nothin’ Yet,” “Let It Ride” and many more.