Billboard charts in 1999. After his second album found less success, Bachman spent years as a missionary for the LDS church before defecting. Bachman now says via his Facebook page that he’s “been lured out of hiding” to play two California shows that will be just him and his guitar. The shows are advertised as Bachman playing the hits of his father, Randy Bachman, the main songwriter from The Guess Who (“American Woman,” “No Time”) and Bachman-Turner Overdrive (“Takin’ Care of Business,” “You Ain’t Seen Nothing Yet”), which should make for a night of superlative musicianship celebrating some indelible songs. Also at the Rose, Thursday, Jan. 19.
Tal Bachman is most widely remembered as the singer-songwriter behind “She’s So High,” the memorable piece of pop perfection that ranked highly on various