Stanley Clarke is continuing his world tour this fall with dates across Europe and the United States. The band’s current lineup features Shariq Tucker, Cameron Graves, Beka Gochiashvili, Sala Nader, and Evan Garr.
After being forced to cancel their December tour, the electrifying improv quartet Whose Hat Is This? (with Tim Lefebvre) has announced a new set of dates. The outing is scheduled for November with performances along the East Coast.
Bob Dylan is into the 30th year of his “Never Ending Tour,” and he’s just added more North American dates to the affair. 2019 also marks three decades that Dylan has been joined by bassist Tony Garnier, who is his longest-running sideman.
Peter Hook is continuing to tour his discography with a new North American run scheduled for October and November. The former Joy Division and New Order bassist will be taking his band The Light out to perform the early nineties New Order albums.
Reggae legends Steel Pulse have announced a new round of tour dates in the U.S. for October. Starting with four shows in California, the band will cover the Southwest and Colorado before heading to Alabama for a show in Birmingham.
Snarky Puppy is about to embark on a month of U.S. tour dates in support of their latest album, “Immigrance.” This will be the second leg of the tour for Michael League and the crew.
Havok, featuring monster bassist Nick Schendzielos, has announced a fall tour. The outing will kick off in their home state of Colorado on October 15th before heading south and into Mexico.
Mr. Bungle is reuniting to play live shows for the first time in nearly 20 years. The tour will include the band playing their 1986 demo tape “The Raging Wrath of the Easter Bunny” in full in three cities over 7 nights.
Mike Gordon and Phish have announced a quick jaunt for the fall with seven dates focusing on the East Coast. In other news, Gordon shared a photo of himself with Leo Kottke with the caption “Studio daze” on his Facebook page.
Former R.E.M. bassist Mike Mills is joining Chuck Leavell and Robert McDuffie to honor musicians from Georgia. A Night Of Georgia Music is a tour that will see the trio performing works by The Allman Brothers Band, James Brown, Outkast, and more.
Sublime with Rome released their third album, “Blessings,” last month and now they’re hitting the road to support it. Bassist Eric Wilson - the sole remaining Sublime with Rome member - will be on the tour.
Freekbass has announced a new tour in support of his latest record, “All The Way This. All The Way That.”