Stanley Clarke Announces Fall Tour Dates

Stanley Clarke

Stanley Clarke is continuing his world tour this fall with dates across Europe and the United States. The legendary bassist and his band will start October 12th in Annecy, France before crossing the continent. They’ll then head to the U.S. for multi-night stays at Yoshi’s in Oakland, California and the Blue Note in New York City.

The band’s current lineup features Shariq Tucker on drums, Cameron Graves on keyboards, Beka Gochiashvili on piano, Sala Nader on tabla, and Evan Garr on violin. Check out this clip of the band from the Festival de la Guitarra earlier this year:

Stanley Clarke Band Fall 2019 Tour:

Oct 12Bonlieu/Scene NationaleAnnecy France
Oct 13Ronnie Scott'sLondon, UK
Oct 15AASSMIzmir, Turkey
Oct 16CRR Concert HallIstanbul, Turkey
Oct 17Tourcoing Jazz FestivalTourcoing, France
Oct 18QuasimodoBerlin, Germany
Oct 20Porgy and BessVienna, Austria
Oct 21Porgy and BessVienna, Austria
Oct 23Belgrade Jazz FestivalBelgrade, Serbia
Oct 25Yerevan Jazz FestivalYerevan, Armenia
Oct 26Jazztage DresdenDresden, Germany
Nov 1Yoshi'sOakland, CA
Nov 2Yoshi'sOakland, CA
Nov 3Yoshi'sOakland, CA
Nov 19Blue NoteNew York, NY
Nov 20Blue NoteNew York, NY
Nov 21Blue NoteNew York, NY
Nov 22Blue NoteNew York, NY
Nov 23Blue NoteNew York, NY
Nov 24Blue NoteNew York, NY

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  1. Ervin Toliver Jr

    Please come to Dallas Texas. He is bar none the best bass guitar player ever.

  2. Stanley Clarke is one of the true Masters of our time is concept conceptualization in written music theory is awesome television shows albums countless of new groups of musicians he’s always in. Constant change he is truly one of the Masters his 32nd note 64 note playing is fast on the bass he can play it I admire his musicianship musicians today don’t have the ingredients of the great Lenny White Chick Corea Al Di Meola George Duke Miles Davis Dizzy Gillespie and the great Stanley Clarke but he is one of the pioneers real music and I truly I thank him for his music and his musicianship Teddy

  3. Charles Hill

    Friend of Robert Brookins… fan of your’s and the RTF crew since 10th grade “74/75″era,.. avid guitar and bass player,.. look forward to seeing you and your band at Yo Shi’s Oaktown…

  4. Pam H

    Mr. Clark, I had the pleasure of seeing you play for the first time with Keith Richards and the New Barbarians. I was in awe of your performance and I picked up the Bass myself and I haven’t put it down since. Please come to Detroit again.
    Thank you!

  5. Curtis whiters

    I want to see the one of the best bass guitar in the world in the us are kc