Grooves will abound this summer as Lionel Richie and Earth, Wind & Fire will team up for the “Sing A Song All Night Long” tour. Richie will be joined by Ethan Farmer, while Earth, Wind & Fire continues to be anchored by Verdine White.
After unveiling extensive European dates earlier this year, Peter Gabriel has announced the first round of North American shows for 2023. Gabriel and his band, featuring Tony Levin, will begin in Canada before heading to the U.S.
Pink Floyd’s groundbreaking album “Dark Side of the Moon” turned 50 this month and musicians around the world are paying homage. That includes Gov’t Mule, who has announced a tour called “Dark Side of the Mule.”
Guns N’ Roses will be back on the road this summer with a major world tour covering the Middle East, Europe, and North America.
Phish will be hitting the road again this summer with a 23-date tour. The band, anchored by Mike Gordon, will kick things off on July 11th and take it through Labor Day Weekend.
Percussionist Cindy Blackman-Santana is heading out on the road with her band this spring for a tour that will go coast to coast. The low end for the whole run will be handled by Felix Pastorius.
Victor Wooten and his brothers will embark on two tours this spring, with two weeks in the United States followed by two weeks in Australia.
Five years after the loss of drummer and co-founder Pat Torpey, Mr. Big has announced a new world tour called “The Big Finish.” Their extended goodbye run will feature the band performing the album “Lean Into It.”
Things are looking good for a groovy summer as Tedeschi Trucks Band has announced a string of tour dates through June and July. The band, which is anchored by bassist Brandon Boone, has shifted the format of their shows from previous summer tours.
James Taylor has announced he’ll hit the road for a North American tour with his All-Star Band this summer. Taylor announced the 2023 All-Stars lineup and it’s a set of fantastic musicians, including bassist Jimmy Johnson.
Ministry has announced a new set of tour dates for the spring ahead of their summer outing opening for Rob Zombie and Alice Cooper. Ministry is currently anchored by bassist Paul D’Amour, who is also known for being a founder of Tool.
Duran Duran has announced a new North American tour to continue support of their latest album, “Future Past.” Bassist John Taylor and crew will begin “The Future Past Tour” on May 28th.