As Far As Siam, Red Rider, Capitol. Red Rider’s lead vocalist and rhythm guitarist Tom Cochrane, is one of the few rock composers capable of writing songs in Cinemascope and Technicolor.
There’s an interesting chemistry about Red Rider. When leader Tom Cochrane’s husky haunting voice clicks with the subtle slide-guitar of Ken Greer, the band zeros in on an ethereal mood.
As Lead singer Tom Cochrane put’s it “the band that plays together, stays together.” Thus lies the secret to Red Rider’s compatibility, as Cochrane and bassist Jeff Jones disclosed Thursday.
Red Rider, a young five-member Canadian band that already has a gold album during it’s short history,
One of the fastest rising Canadian singles of late is White Hot by a Toronto band named Red Rider. The song comes in a picture sleeve.
When Red Rider’s first album turned up last fall, newspaper rock critics were skeptical. The whole project reeked of hype.
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.
When singer-songwriter Tom Cochrane first heard Red Rider perform at the El Mocambo in Toronto, he was so impressed that he went backstage.
Red Rider is not exactly a household name in local rock circles. But if the band, its manager and powers that be.
Mar 08 1980 – 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.