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Shortcuts - Don't Fight It - Red Rider

Shortcuts – Don’t Fight It – Red Rider

Don’t Fight It Red Rider Capitol ST-12028 Red Rider, a Canadian quintet, is built around writer-singer-guitarist Tom Cochrane whose voice has a familiar nasal quality that I can’t quite identify.

Red Rider Rocks Into Pop Charts

When singer-songwriter Tom Cochrane first heard Red Rider perform at the El Mocambo in Toronto, he was impressed by the rock group that he went backstage after the show and offered to audition for the spot of lead singer.

Red Rider Begins The Climb With $300,000 Capitol Support

Rider Begins The Climb With $300,000 Capitol Support

Red Rider is not exactly a household name in local rock circles. But if the band, it’s manager and the powers that be at Capitol Records have their way, this five-man Toronto based rock ‘n’ roll consortium and it’s debut album Don’t Fight It, will be the biggest thing to hit the industry since The Beatles.

Strong Push By Capitol For Red Rider

Capitol Records is going all out on the debut effort, Don’t Fight It, by Red Rider. A single titled White Hot, was released February 5, followed by the album, released on February 11.

The Jose Feliciano Concerts August 1975

The Jose Feliciano Concerts August 1975

In August 1975 Tom Cochrane supported Jose Feliciano in several concerts. Here are the concert reviews from the Calgary Herald, Edmonton Journal and The Vancouver Sun.