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- Celebrity·Consequence of Sound
He performed on BTO's first two albums, as well as their final 1984 self-titled LP. Tim Bachman, Founding Member of Bachman-Turner Overdrive, Dead at 71 Jon HadusekThanks for your feedback!
Tim Bachman, one of the founding members of Canadian rock band Bachman-Turner Overdrive, along with his brothers Randy and Robbie, has died due to complications from cancer, his son Ryder confirmed on Friday. Bachman played guitar and was a vocalist in the band, which had Randy as its principal frontman. After BTO’s first two albums, […]Thanks for your feedback!
- Celebrity·Entertainment Weekly
Bachman-Turner Overdrive's hits include "Takin' Care of Business" and "Roll On Down the Highway."Thanks for your feedback!
- Celebrity·Rolling Stone
The musician performed on two of the band's defining records, Bachman–Turner Overdrive and Bachman–Turner Overdrive IIThanks for your feedback!
Tim Bachman, the co-founding guitarist and vocalist for Canadian rock band Bachman-Turner Overdrive, died Friday from complications with cancer. He was 71. His death was announced by his son Ryder. “Grateful I got to spend some time with him at the end. Grab yer loved ones and hug em close, ya never know how long you […]Thanks for your feedback!
- Celebrity·The Daily Beast
Michael Ochs Archives/Getty ImagesThe son of Bachman-Turner Overdrive founding member Tim Bachman has confirmed his father’s death at 71, while revealing the Canadian rock icon’s last words.“My Dad passed this afternoon,” wrote Ryder Bachman on Facebook on April 28. “Thank You Everyone for the kind words. Grateful I got to spend some time with him at the end. Grab yer loved ones and hug em close, ya never know how long you have.”Tim Bachman co-founded the band in the early 1970s alongside his brThanks for your feedback!
- Entertainment·NY Daily News
Robbie Bachman, drummer and co-founder of Bachman-Turner Overdrive has died at 69. The ‘70s rock group was behind hits like “You Ain’t Seen Nothing Yet” and “Takin' Care of Business.” Bachman’s older brother, Randy Bachman, the band’s frontman and guitarist, confirmed the news on his official Twitter page Thursday night. “Another sad departure. The pounding beat behind BTO, my little brother ...Thanks for your feedback!
- Entertainment·Associated Press
Robbie Bachman, the drummer for the Canadian hard rock band Bachman-Turner Overdrive that was known for such 1970s hits as “Takin' Care of Business" and “You Ain't Seen Nothin' Yet," has died at age 69. “The pounding beat of BTO has left us," Randy Bachman wrote. Robbie Bachman first worked with his older brother Randy, a singer, songwriter and guitarist, in the group Brave Belt, which the elder Bachman helped found in the early 1970s after leaving the top-selling act the Guess Who.Thanks for your feedback!
- Entertainment·Entertainment Weekly
His older brother, Randy Bachman, described him as the "integral cog in our rock & roll machine."Thanks for your feedback!
The Canadian band was known for hits including "Takin' Care of Business."Thanks for your feedback!