The Winery Dogs released their latest album, “III,” earlier this year, and they’ve been steadily touring the world to share it with fans. Now Billy Sheehan and the gang will be heading to Europe for the fourth “paw” of their “202III World Tour”.
Phish will be back on the road this fall with an 8-date run over three cities. Mike Gordon and company also announced the release of a vinyl edition of “Farmhouse.”
After releasing a new album, Gov’t Mule unveiled a new set of tour dates to share with their fans. The “Peace… Like A River” tour will kick off on September 13th following their “Dark Side of the Mule” Pink Floyd tribute summer tour.
Neon Trees have announced “The Favorite Daze Tour,” which will take them from coast to coast this fall. Bassist Branden Campbell shared the news, along with his reverence for live music in general, on Instagram.
moe. has announced a new 16-date tour for the fall focusing on the mid-Atlantic and Midwest. At the beginning of the year, the band welcomed guitarist Chuck Garvey back to the road full-time. They also made keyboardist Nate Wilson a permanent addition to the group.
Les Claypool reunited with his Fearless Flying Frog Brigade this year for a summer tour, marking the band’s first outing in 20 years. They must be having fun because they’ve just announced a new set of fall dates.
The Sam Grisman Project has unveiled a set of tour dates from June to November. Bassist and bandleader Grisman, the son of mandolin icon David Grisman, started the band to celebrate his father’s and Jerry Garcia’s music.
Tool has announced a new North American tour that will include their first dates in Canada since 2019. The rock legends will hit the road this fall with six weeks of shows on top of their previously announced festival dates.
KISS has added a handful of dates to the final leg of their North American “End of the Road” tour. The farewell run, which was launched in 2019 and put on hold during the pandemic, will be ending the iconic rock band’s career.
Royal Blood has announced they’ll return to North America for a fall tour. The English rock duo of drummer Ben Thatcher and bassist/vocalist Mike Kerr will split the run into two legs.
Former Foreigner vocalist Lou Gramm as announced a set of 2023 tour dates with an all-star band. The “fretless monster” himself, Tony Franklin, will be holding down the low end.
The Wooten Brothers are about the head down under for a week’s worth of gigs in Australia. Before taking the flight, they’ve announced a new fall tour across the East Coast with the Rebirth Brass Band.