You ain't seen nothin' yet!
Randy Bachman and Fred Turner – musicians at the heart of legendary band Bachman-Turner Overdrive – continue to thrill fans around the world with their power-driven tunes. Reunited in 2010 for the first time in more than 20 years, the Masters of Rock released a new studio album as Bachman & Turner and spent the next five years touring the globe.

The duo's eponymous studio album – the first in over two decades - was released on E1 Music (Canada) and Eagle Rock Entertainment (U.S./Europe) in September 2010. Stocked with all original new tracks penned by the pair, the album’s anthems, including lead single “Rollin’ Along,” “Rock and Roll Is the Only Way Out” and “Moonlight Rider,” have a sound that seamlessly fits alongside Bachman-Turner Overdrive classics “Takin’ Care of Business” and “You Ain’t Seen Nothin’ Yet.”

In the mid-‘70s, Randy Bachman earned his first colossal success with Winnipeg rock band The Guess Who, when their hit "American Woman" scored the #1 spot on the Billboard charts, a first for any Canadian act. He soared even further with Fred Turner in Bachman-Turner Overdrive, which became a musical phenomenon with extraordinary global success. At the pinnacle of their career, the band's distinctive brand of stripped-down, blue collar, meat 'n' potatoes rock headlined some of the biggest arenas in the world— from New York's Madison Square Garden and London's Hammersmith Odeon, to Hamburg's Congress Centrum and the Falkoner Centret in Copenhagen.

Over the course of a four-year run, Bachman-Turner Overdrive sold in excess of 30 million records, earning a staggering 120 platinum, gold and silver discs, and notching up hits in more than 20 countries. The band reached #1 on Billboard's singles chart ("You Ain't Seen Nothing Yet") and album chart (Not Fragile), as well as scoring another handful of hits including "Taking Care of Business," "Hey You," "My Wheels Won't Turn" and "Looking Out for #1."

When the two stars went their separate ways in 1977, Randy Bachman continued to pursue his unwavering love for music as a solo artist, as well as being part of the much-celebrated Guess Who reunion, then Bachman-Cummings, and subsequently establishing himself as a jazz artist and host of the CBC/Sirius radio show, "Vinyl Tap." Meanwhile, Fred Turner carried on with the other members of Bachman-Turner Overdrive, before retiring from music at the end of the '90s to indulge his passion for cars.

But the two had lingering feelings, which persisted for over a decade that they weren't done just yet. While Bachman was working on a solo album, he invited Turner to sing on a track called "Rock 'n' Roll is the Only Way Out." "It was perfect for his gritty, refrigerator-sized voice," explains Bachman. "It turned out so incredible, that I asked if he wanted to sing on a few more. He sent me some of his original material, and from that it morphed into a Bachman & Turner project."

With the two singers sharing lead vocal duties, the album features smoking mid-tempo anthems such as "Rock 'N' Roll is the Only Way Out" and "Rollin’ Along," as well as the funky riff of "Moonlight Rider" and a slow-burning blues shuffle, "Waiting Game." In addition, tracks like “Slave to the Rhythm” offer a gratifying fusion of chords with catchy choruses, not to mention the distinctive growling vocals familiar to fans from Bachman-Turner Overdrive classics such as "Let it Ride" and "Roll on Down the Highway."

Upon the album’s global release, Bachman & Turner hit the road together, performing their vast catalogue of hits and a selection of new songs.. After all, the latter tunes were ultimately all Fred Turner needed to come out of retirement. "If I have a chance to go out and play new things and grow, then I'll really be offering people something," explains Fred Turner. “It's all about the music, the creative process, the collaboration and teamwork of two old friends and partners.” Bachman & Turner’s world debut occurred at the 2010 Sweden Rock Festival alongside some of their contemporaries including Aerosmith and Guns N' Roses. In between their cross-Atlantic jaunts, the duo, along with their trusted band of journeymen musicians – Brent Howard, Marc LaFrance and Mick Dalla-Vee – met up with special guest Paul Shaffer to tape an electric performance at New York’s Roseland Ballroom. The live concert special, shot in both HD and 3D, was released in May 2012 and became certified gold only three weeks after its Canadian release.

Bachman & Turner's highly anticipated return was met with warm accolades including the duo’s induction into the Canadian Music and Broadcast Industry Hall of Fame, and Randy Bachman’s “Global Impact” honor at the ASCAP Awards. Now joining forces for rare live appearances, this full-throttle rock machine is still offering their legions of fans something new, while taking care of some “unfinished” business.