Guns N’ Roses are getting back in the saddle this summer. The band has announced dates for their rescheduled North American tour, which will include Wolfgang Van Halen’s solo project, Mammoth WVH.
The Black Crowes will finally be getting to celebrating the 30th anniversary of “Shake Your Money Maker”. The band’s reunion tour will see the return of bassist Sven Pipien, who played with the band from 1997 until their hiatus in 2015.
Phish has rescheduled their 2020 tour to this year. In fact, the jam band heroes will have two outings this year with a summer and fall tour. Mike Gordon and the crew will be spending much of the tour with multi-night stays in cities across the U.S.
Dead & Company has unveiled a 2021 U.S. tour that will span the summer and fall. The Grateful Dead legacy band features bass great Oteil Burbridge. Burbridge is heading out on his own tour as well.
The Dead Daisies have been stuck inside long enough. With things opening back up, they’ve announced the “Get Out Of The House” tour. The outing will showcase the band’s new four-piece lineup featuring rock legend Glenn Hughes on bass and vocals.
Last year, Genesis announced a highly-anticipated reunion tour that would take the band across Ireland and the UK. It was ultimately rescheduled to this fall, but now the group has unveiled its first North American dates in 14 years.
Primus has once again announced dates for their “A Tribute To Kings” tour, which will feature Les Claypool and the band performing Rush’s “A Farewell to Kings”. The trek has been rescheduled several times, but Claypool says this time looks promising.
It’s finally happening! Mudvayne has announced that they’ll be performing this year after a 12-year hiatus. The band, anchored by bass monster Ryan Martinie, will be performing at four “Danny Wimmer Presents” festivals across the U.S.
Bassist Karina Rykman has announced a new spring tour with her band including drummer Chris Corsico and guitarist Adam November.
The Nu Deco Ensemble will be continuing their live stream concert series from the North Beach Bandshell in Miami Beach on April 10th. The modern-day orchestra will be having a special guest for the occasion: Richard Bona.
Gospel legend Andrew Gouché has teamed up with the financial group New Black Wall Street (NWBS) to break the mold of traditional concerts. The bassist is set to become the first musician ever to broadcast a live, personal NFT concert.
After a year of quarantine concerts from Fur Peace Staton, Hot Tuna has announced they’ll be back on the road in 2021. The acoustic format of the band with Jorma Kaukonen and Jack Casady will kick things off with a string of dates in May and June.