Guest soloists include: Neil Young, Joe Bonamassa, Robert Randolph and Peter Frampton
The man known as the "architect of Canadian rock n' roll" is forging ahead into 2015 with a brand new project billed simply as BACHMAN. Joined by a virtuoso rhythm section with Anna Ruddick on bass and Dale Anne Brendan on drums, the trio's debut effort entitled Heavy Blues will be available worldwide on April 15, 2015 through Linus Entertainment.
Heavy Blues draws from the unlikely trio's love of classic 60s blues rock and emerges with a blistering sound, a fierce and fearless collection of BACHMAN originals. Featuring an enviable list of Randy Bachman's contemporaries including Neil Young, Joe Bonamassa, Robert Randolph and the late Jeff Healey, each musician contributes their signature-style guitar solos blending classic blues and rock with a modern undertone.
Produced by internationally-acclaimed producer Kevin Shirley (Iron Maiden, Rush, Led Zeppelin), Heavy Blues marks the rare occasion that Randy Bachman has relinquished the producer reins. "'I've known Kevin for many years and watched his producer credits grow to include many rock legends," explains Randy Bachman. "I knew that he could push me past my limit, pull me onto new paths and direct me down new roads. The collaboration, paired with Dale Anne and Anna's musical ferocity, has made this entire project an amazing experience for me."
A legendary figure in the rock n' roll world, Randy Bachman has earned over 120 gold and platinum album/singles awards around the world for performing and producing. As the co-founder and principal songwriter for The Guess Who and Bachman-Turner Overdrive, Randy Bachman's monstrous hits, including "American Woman," "Looking Out for #1," "Let It Ride," Taking Care of Business," and "No Sugar Time," have garnered him the coveted #1 spot on radio playlists in over 20 countries and he has amassed over 40 million records sold.
Randy Bachman has been awarded Order of Canada, ASCAP's Global Impact honour, Musicians Hall of Fame in Nashville, and received two separate inductions into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame.
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