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Randy Bachman and Burton Cummings

Free Tix for Bachman and Cummings

Just got this info:


Randy Bachman and Burton Cummings have been an influential force on the music scene for more than four decades, as two of music's greatest performers, writers, and storytellers.

Join Bachman and Cummings in person on Tuesday, March 14th 2006 as they perform the "First Time Around." For one night only, you can be a part of this special musical presentation as a member of our live studio audience.

This is a once in a lifetime opportunity to experience two of your favourite artists in a small concert setting.


To Order Tickets Call: 416-205-3784

Tickets are limited so call today! Tickets are free of charge.

When leaving your message:
1. Leave your full name, spelling it
2. The number of tickets you would like to a maximum of 2
3. Sing a few lines from your favourite Bachman or Cummings tune and (if you also attend the taping) you could win a prize!
4. Your daytime and evening phone numbers (the number must have voicemail)

Location & Times

Our Studio is located at the CBC Broadcasting Centre, 250 Front Street, in downtown Toronto. Tickets will be available for pick up starting at 6:00 pm on Tuesday March 14th only. The taping will start at 7:00 pm and will be approximately 3 hours long.

(The folks in my house thought I sounded weird singing She's come undone... into my phone, but I figure it's worth a shot!)


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