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Burton Cummings Up Close & Alone

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Guelph Infiniti Music Series Presented by River Run Centre:

Music legend performs his iconic songs

Rock icon Burton Cummings remains at the top of his musical game as an unrivalled singer, songwriter and recording artist. The Canadian Music Hall of Fame inductee presents an evening of his legendary hits, including American Woman, Share the Land, These Eyes, No Time and Laughing, during an intimate solo performance.

Opening Act: The Carpet Frogs Unplugged

“Jam-packed with numerous hits by the Guess Who and from his solo career, interspersed with stories behind his best-known songs.” – The Daily Courier

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Burton Cummings Biography
Burton Cummings’ musical creations continue to resonate with fans both old and new. His voice is considered to be one of the finest in rock music, and he has continued to uphold this impressive reputation as performer, singer, songwriter and recording artist.

With Canada’s original rock ‘n’ roll superstars The Guess Who, Burton scored an unprecedented string of international hit singles and albums, including Share The Land, Hang On To Your Life, Albert Flasher, Sour Suite, Orly, Glamour Boy, Star Baby, Clap For The Wolfman and Dancin’ Fool, all written or co-written by Burton.

Upon leaving the Guess Who to go solo in 1976, Cummings earned a gold record with his debut solo single, Stand Tall. Then came more than a dozen hit singles and albums including I’m Scared, I Will Play a Rhapsody, Timeless Love, Break It To Them Gently, Fine State of Affairs, You Saved My Soul, My Own Way To Rock and Dream Of A Child. That latter disc became the first quadruple platinum-selling album by a Canadian artist.

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