Bobby Weir & Wolf Bros, Featuring Don Was, Announce New Tour and Live Album
Bob Weir & Wolf Bros are gearing up for a big 2022. They’ve just announced a 13-city tour for the spring as well as a new album, Live in Colorado, to be released February 18.
The Grateful Dead guitarist is joined by drummer Jay Lane, keyboardist Jeff Chimenti, and bassist Don Was. The bass player, who is also president of Blue Note Records, is renowned for his playing in Was (Not Was) and producing everyone from Elton John to the Rolling Stones.
The band’s run of shows begins with a four-date residency at The Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. during which they’ll be joined by the National Symphony Orchestra. From there, they will head to the Midwest and back to the Mid-Atlantic before heading north to finish in Syracuse, New York on March 30th.
Bobby Weir & Wolf Bros: Live In Colorado will be the band’s first-ever vinyl collection of music. It features eight tracks from the Grateful Dead and Weir’s catalog. Get a sneak peek and hear Was on bass on “New Speedway Boogie”:
Bobby Weir & Wolf Bros Spring 2022 Tour Dates:
|Feb 9||Kennedy Center Concert Hall||Washington, DC|
|Feb 10||Kennedy Center Concert Hall||Washington, DC|
|Feb 12||Kennedy Center Concert Hall||Washington, DC|
|Feb 13||Kennedy Center Concert Hall||Washington, DC|
|Mar 9||Ryman Auditorium||Nashville, TN|
|Mar 10||Orpheum Theatre||Memphis, TN|
|Mar 14||Orpheum Theatre||Wichita, KS|
|Mar 15||Arvest Bank Theatre at The Midland||Kansas City, MO|
|Mar 17||Riverside Theater||Milwaukee, WI|
|Mar 18||Chicago Theatre||Chicago, IL|
|Mar 19||Brown County Music Center||Nashville, IN|
|Mar 21||Palace Theatre||Columbus, OH|
|Mar 24||Thomas Wolfe Auditorium||Asheville, NC|
|Mar 25||Tivoli Theatre||Chattanooga, TN|
|Mar 26||Durham Performing Arts Center||Durham, NC|
|Mar 29||Roxian Theatre||Pittsburgh, PA|
|Mar 30||Landmark Theatre||Syracuse, NY|