Bachman-Turner Overdrive Co-Founder Tim Bachman Lifeless

Canadian rocker Tim Bachman, co-founder of Bachman-Turner Overdrive, died Friday on the age of 71.

Bachman’s son introduced the dying of his father through Fb, Final Basic Rock reported. “My Dad handed this afternoon,” his son Ryder introduced. “Thanks everybody for the sort phrases. Grateful I received to spend a while with him on the finish.”

Bachman’s dying reportedly stems from “problems with most cancers,” in response to The Day by day Mail.

An in-and-out member of the band, Bachman sang and performed guitar.

Bachman’s taking part in was featured on their 1973 debut album in addition to their follow-up launch earlier than strolling away from the group by 1974. (RELATED: Rockstar Drummer Jim Gordon Who Was Jailed For Life For Killing His Mom Lifeless At 77)

Their second album, “Bachman-Turner Overdrive II,” featured smash hit songs corresponding to “Takin’ Care of Enterprise” in addition to “Let It Trip.” Bachman both was fired or stop the band voluntarily, in response to various sources, the outlet famous.

Ten years later, Tim was again within the band for a four-year stint. Shortly after that, Tim pursed a profession in realty.

Tim’s two brothers, Robbie and Randy Bachman, had been additionally within the Overdrive. Earlier this 12 months, the late drummer, Robbie, handed away on the age of 69. (RELATED: ‘Washed Up Drummer:’ Mötley Crüe Bassist Nikki Sixx Berates Carmine Appice For Gossiping About The Band)

Tim’s sibling Randy Bachman was additionally a member of the Guess Who, co-writing the track “American Girl.”

Bachman’s remaining phrases to his son had been, “I like you … share the music,” in response to Final Basic Rock.