Tool has revealed a set of tour dates for the spring and summer. The news comes following several indications that their highly anticipated next album will be available soon.
Jazz is Phish will be hitting the road this spring. The music collective, which celebrates the music of Phish through the lens of jazz, will include Cody Wright for the majority of the two-month tour. Felix Pastorius will lay down the low end for the last set of dates.
You Bred Raptors? has announced they will be hitting the road for a spring tour this April. The trio features KC Solaris on drums, Tara Hanish on cello, and bandleader Peat Rains on 8-string bass.
Anderson .Paak and the Free Nationals will be hitting the road this year for the “Best Teef In The Game” tour. The tour will be anchored by bassist Kelsey Gonzalez, along with Thundercat providing support for the entire run.
Joe Bonamassa has announced a new set of tour dates for this summer in support of his latest album, “Redemption.” Session legend Michael Rhodes, who played on the album, will once again be joining him to lay down the low end.
After announcing they’d be celebrating their 40th anniversary with a tour and album, the Stray Cats have unveiled their 2019 tour itinerary. The original trio of Brian Setzer, Slim Jim Phantom, and Lee Rocker will be playing around the world this summer.
The Dave Matthews Band has announced a new set of tour dates for this summer that will span North America. The band is anchored by bassist Stefan Lessard, who has been laying down the low end for them for 28 years.
Béla Fleck & The Flecktones are celebrating 30 years of music this year with an extensive summer tour. The band will be touring North America with their original lineup of Béla Fleck, Howard Levy, Roy “Future Man” Wooten, and Victor Wooten.
Snarky Puppy is ramping it up for 2019. They have a new album, “Immigrance,” coming on March 15th. They’ve just released a new video for the single, and they’ve also announced a tour to support the record.
David Crosby has announced a new round of dates for his “Sky Trails” tour for 2019. The tour will feature the legendary singer backed by his Sky Trails Band, which includes bassist Mai Leisz.