Thundercat will be hitting the road in 2020 for his longest headlining tour to date. In a bizarre announcement video directed by Zack Fox, the Thundercat said special guests are TBA.
The Doobie Brothers are setting out for a tour in 2020 to celebrate their 50th anniversary. Spanning 53 cities in North America, the tour will welcome five-time Grammy winner Michael McDonald back into the fold.
Folk-rock legend David Crosby may be 74, but he’s showing no signs of slowing down. He’s just announced a five-week-long tour for spring 2020 that will take him from coast to coast. Bassist Mai Leisz will once again join him on the tour.
Felix Pastorius will be joining Jeff Coffin for a short tour of the Southeast. Coffin announced the shows, saying “Excited to do a short run with my friends Nir Felder, Felix Pastorius, and Keith Carlock in December. This group is absolute fire!”
Grateful Dead guitarist Bob Weir is taking his band Bob Weir and Wolf Bros back out on the road in early 2020. The trio is filled out by former Primus drummer Jay Lane and Was (Not Was) bassist/producer Don Was.
Tool’s current North American tour may be sold out, but if you don’t have tickets there is still hope. They’ve just announced a new leg of dates for early 2020 to continue supporting their recent and long-awaited album, “Fear Inoculum.”
For the first time since 2013, brothers Chris and Rich Robinson of the Black Crowes will be putting their differences aside to reunite for a tour. The brothers will be joined by an all-new backing band including bassist Tim Lefebvre.
Eight years since their L.A. Rising performance, it appears Rage Against The Machine have announced a handful of reunion performances. The iconic rock band will be playing five shows that will culminate in a headlining slot at Coachella.
Kasim Sulton’s Utopia will be hitting the road for a tour in 2020. The bassist and his group will be performing hand-picked songs from the 10 Utopia albums on which he played.
Guitarist Oz Noy has announced a new round of tour dates in support of his latest album, “Booga Looga Loo.” Always accompanied by monster players, Noy has enlisted drummer Dave Weckl and bassist Hadrien Feraud for the new leg.
The dynamic duo of Jorma Kaukonen and Jack Casady formed Hot Tuna in 1969 as an offshoot of Jefferson Airplane. Fifty years and fourteen albums later, they’re still going strong and have announced a new set of tour dates.
Victor Wooten and his brothers Joseph, Roy, and Regi will be taking Europe by storm this November with two weeks of dates spread across the continent.