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Burton Cummings

Burton Cummings, lead singer of the original The Guess Who and successful solo artist is set to
tour the US this September, marking his 60-year-anniversary of making and releasing music. The
tour starts September 13 in Deadwood, South Dakota at Deadwood Jam. Tickets for the tour are
available to the public on March 8 at 10 AM local time.

In addition to the tour, Cummings is also pleased to announce that A Few Good Moments, his
first studio album since 2008’s Above The Ground, will come out this year. Details on the album’s
release date coming soon.

In 1964, a 16-year-old Cummings released two singles as a member of The Deverons. Two years
later, he joined The Guess Who. It was with the original The Guess Who that Cummings’
signature vocals, along with his songwriting and keyboard prowess would fuel massively big hits
around the world including “These Eyes,” “No Time,” “Laughing” and their biggest hit “American
Woman,” the latter topping the Billboard Hot 100 chart for three weeks in 1970. When the band
broke up in 1975 Cummings would find solo success with “Stand Tall,” an international smash
which spent 21 weeks on Billboard Hot 100 topping out at #10.

“Get ready, America! This fall, my band and I are hitting the road for the first leg of our US
tour! It’s been far too long, but we’re finally bringing the music straight to your doorstep. Join us
at a venue near you where we’ll be performing my hits from the original The Guess Who and my
solo career from over the past 60 years!”
-Burton Cummings

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