The First Time that Cease & Desist Played with Randy Bachman This interesting piece of paper was recently found. It’s a schedule that shows the first time that Cease and Desist played on the same stage with Randy Bachman. This was back on May 6, 1993. Almost 30 years ago at the time of this […]
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Mike Sicoly and I did this as an advert for the PNE show on August 24, 2014. The show is a tribute show for the Beatles show in Vancouver of August 24, 1964. http://globalnews.ca/video/1508458/pne-preview
The Guess Who guitarist and Bachman-Turner Overdrive member, Randy Bachman, has released a live CD/DVD recording featuring many hits from both bands performed on April 4, 2013 to a sold out crowd at the Pantages Playhouse Theatre in Winnipeg Canada. EVERY SONG TELLS A STORY Track Listing: 1. Prairie Town 2. Shakin’ All Over 3. […]
This is a bit of a departure from my usual ramblings. I recently visited some of my family in Port Alberni BC, Canada and while there, looked in the backyard and was reminded of this video on YouTube. My brother Dennis and his wife Denise completed this greenhouse project a few years ago, and it […]
I happened to be at a community day festival in Pender Harbor BC Canada in June of 2011. Although I had heard about these spring suspended drums, I had never seen them before, even in pictures. Seeing them in action was unexpected, but I could not resist the opportunity to take a video and immediately […]
I have never seen anything like this before or since! “In June of 2011, I happened to be at a community day festival in a park in Pender Harbour. I had heard a rumour that these drums were in existence but had never seen them in pictures or in action up until that time. When […]
It took me a long time to get around to talking about this, but it has been a very busy year. Last February, the Bachman and Turner Band participated in the Second Rock Legends Cruise. It was a fun time for all, and the feedback from our fans on board was great. Randy, Fred, Marc, […]
As usual, the Doobie Brothers put on a stellar performance. Truly a great time sharing the same stage with them.
You gotta admit that performing on the road with the likes of Bachman and Turner sure has it’s upside.
The Arcada Theatre is such a cool place to play at. A really amazing venue steeped in history.