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Phish Unveils Spring/Summer 2022 Tour Dates

Phish Unveils Spring/Summer 2022 Tour Dates

Phish is back at it this year with a healthy tour schedule. The band, anchored by bass great Mike Gordon, will get things rolling in April and keep it going through September. The new dates include a four-night residency at Madison Square Garden.

Victor Wooten and Steve Bailey Add Second Leg to Bass Extremes Tour

Victor Wooten and Steve Bailey Add Second Leg to Bass Extremes Tour

Victor Wooten, Steve Bailey, and Gregg Bissonette have added a second leg to their upcoming Bass Extremes tour. The second round of dates will focus on the East Coast with performances from Georgia up to Massachusetts.

The Aristocrats Announce “Defrost” North American Tour

The Aristocrats Announce “Defrost” North American Tour

The Aristocrats have announced the “Defrost” tour, which will take the trio across North America with 50 performances. Guthrie Govan, Bryan Beller, and Marco Minnemann will be on the road for 10 weeks across the U.S and Canada.

Paul McCartney Unveils “Got Back” U.S. Tour Dates

Paul McCartney Unveils “Got Back” U.S. Tour Dates

Last year, we got an intimate look at the Beatles with Peter Jackson’s epic documentary, “Get Back”. Now we get another shot to see one of the Fab Four in action with Paul McCartney’s new Got Back U.S. Tour.

Opeth and Mastodon Unveil 2022 North American Tour Dates

Opeth and Mastodon Unveil 2022 North American Tour Dates

Last year, one of the best metal tours was a co-headlining bill between Opeth and Mastodon. Now the bands have announced a second leg of the tour. It’s a great opportunity to catch two mighty bassists in one night: Martin Mendez and Troy Sanders.

The Who Announces “The Who Hits Back!” North American Tour

The Who Announces “The Who Hits Back!” North American Tour

The Who has revealed a new North American tour called “The Who Hits Back!” that will run this spring. Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend will continue to be joined by bassist Jon Button, who fills the big shoes of the late John Entwistle.

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Steely Dan Announces Earth After Hours Tour with Snarky Puppy and Aimee Mann

Steely Dan Announces Earth After Hours Tour with Snarky Puppy and Aimee Mann

Steely Dan will be hitting the road for their “Earth After Hours” tour in May. The band, anchored by bass guru “Ready” Freddie Washington, will be in good company for their amphitheater tour, including Snarky Puppy and Aimee Mann.

The Go-Go’s Announce West Coast Tour Dates

The Go-Go’s Announce West Coast Tour Dates

Fresh off of their induction into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, The Go-Go’s have announced a set of tour dates that will focus on the West Coast. The dates are rescheduled from last year.

Jorgen Carlsson and Gov’t Mule Announce Spring Tour

Jorgen Carlsson and Gov’t Mule Announce Spring Tour

Much of the U.S. is in a deep freeze, but spring is right around the corner and we have plenty to look forward to. That now includes a new headlining tour by Gov’t Mule, in support of their latest album, “Heavy Load Blues”.

Krantz, Carlock, Lefebvre Unveil “Golden Days” Tour

Krantz, Carlock, Lefebvre Unveil “Golden Days” Tour

In the early days of 2020, KCL reunited for a two-month world tour. Now the trio of Wayne Krantz, Keith Carlock, and Tim Lefebvre are teaming up again for the “Golden Days” tour this month.

Pino Palladino to Join John Mayer for “Sob Rock” Tour

Pino Palladino to Join John Mayer for “Sob Rock” Tour

John Mayer is using his downtime from Dead & Company’s schedule to launch his own tour to support his last solo album, “Sob Rock”. Returning to Mayer’s touring band is his longtime bassist and session legend, Pino Palladino.

Kim Gordon Announces Solo Tour

Kim Gordon Announces Solo Tour

Former Sonic Youth bassist Kim Gordon has unveiled an international solo tour in support of her 2020 album, “No Home Record”. She initially announced a tour for the record in March of that year, which was canceled due to the pandemic.