Cummings tried to dip his toes into the music world again when he came out with a single in 2004 titled With God On Our Side The song reached the 21 spot on the Canadian music internet music charts.
Cummings received the Order of the Manitoba Award in 2001.
Cummings owns a restaurant called Salisbury House which is located in Winnipeg.
Cummings moved to Sherman Oaks, California in the late 1970's to begin his writing and singing career for movie tracks.
Cummings brought to the US two hit songs after he went solo. They were Stand Tall and You Saved My Soul.
Even though the Cummings band was in its heyday Cummings decided to leave The Guess Who due to a conflict between he and Randy Bachman. Cummings was considered a Party Man where as Randy Bachman was more pious in his lifestyle.
Cummings started his career in music as a teenager who was a part of a band known as The Deverons.
Cummings was a guest star on the Howard Stern show in 1994.
Cummings was the main feature on the show Life and Times in 1997 when the show did an episode on him.
Some of Cummings archive footage of himself was used in the film The Wayne and Shuster Years which was released for Television in 1991.
Cummings participated in the 1997 Manitoba Flood Relief Concert singing for his fans.
Cummings had a role in the movie release of Melanie. He played the role of Rick.
In the 1982 release of the movie Melanie, Cummings had many of his songs used in the movie. His songs were the main music track.
In the movie Now and Then which was released in 1995, Cummings song These Eyes was used as the theme song in the movie.
Cummings song American Woman was used in the box office hit American Beauty.
In the 2000 movie Almost Famous, Cummings song Albert Flasher was used several times.
Burton Cummings: There may be a new album, and there may not. Right now, we're encouraging bootlegging because there have been some great live things that ended up on the Internet. Rather than try to stop it, we like it. If nobody gave a crap about you, they wouldn't bother to bootleg you.
Burton Cummings: You could live in Winnipeg a thousand years and not meet Ringo, Paul McCartney, or Bob Dylan.