Nineteen-seventy-three's 'BTO II' really only boasted two stand-out tracks, and neither cracked the Top 10. Still, the songs were enough to free Randy Bachman of his early association with the Guess Who and to establish Bachman-Turner Overdrive as a new presence in rock 'n' roll.
Randy Bachman had had enough of the Guess Who when he formed Bachman-Turner Overdrive with his drumming brother Robbie and Fred Turner, a fellow Canadian rocker who came up in the bar-rock scene. At first, the group basically followed its blues and garage instincts, pla
Has there ever been a song more co-opted as an anthem than Bachman-Turner Overdrive's 'Taking Care of Business?' The track, which even had a 1990 Jim Belushi comedy bearing its name, has certainly done quite well for Randy Bachman and Fred Turner over the years, and it earned them another high profile gig this past weekend.
Randy Bachman and Fred Turner are out promoting their new live album and concert film 'Live at the Roseland Ballroom, NYC,' hitting stores soon. Bachman tells 97.1 WASH FM how he and Turner ended up getting back together, and didn't mince words when asked how he felt about not being in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
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