The Wood Brothers have expanded their Fall 2022 tour with 17 new shows, which will follow up on the run of Eastern shows about to wrap up.
Tower of Power has, unfortunately, had to nix their European dates for 2022, but they’ve also unveiled a fall tour of the U.S. The iconic R&B-based group will kick things off at the end of September with Marc van Wageningen on bass.
Fifty years ago, Yes released their iconic album “Close To The Edge.” Now the band is celebrating the milestone with the “Close To The Edge 50th Anniversary Tour,” which will see the band playing the masterpiece in its entirety.
Consider the Source is getting ready to hit the road again. Their “Maxx Power Tour” will return to their fully electric format, following the hybrid acoustic/electric shows in support of their latest album, “Hybrid Vol. 1: Such As A Mule.”
The unreal improvisational trio of Wayne Krantz, Keith Carlock, and Tim Lefebvre will be at it again with a U.S. tour in September. The trio’s slogan for the outing is “Outrageous Times Require Outrageous Acts.”
Jeff Beck has unveiled a United States tour this fall in support of his new album, “18,” which is a collaboration with Johnny Depp. Along for the ride will be bassist Rhonda Smith, who has been in Beck’s group for over a decade.
Bassist Blu DeTiger has announced the Blu DeTour, a 23-date run that will see her headlining at clubs from Boston to San Francisco. That includes one Canadian date in Toronto.
Jazz Is Dead announced a new set of tour dates that will begin a celebration of the Grateful Dead tribute act’s 25th anniversary. The current lineup of the band includes Steve Kimock, Bobby Lee Rodgers, Pete Lavezzoli, and Alphonso Johnson.
Victor Wooten is gearing up for a run of Bass Extremes tour dates with Steve Bailey and Derico Watson this month, but he’s also just dropped another big announcement: He’s joining Cory Wong for the “Power Station” Tour.
Start your neck stretches now, because there will be some serious headbanging going on this fall. Cannibal Corpse has announced a headlining tour with support from Dark Funeral, Immolation, and Black Anvil.
Hot off the final date of Dead & Company’s latest tour, Bob Weir has announced a 21-night run with his project Bobby Weir & Wolf Bros. The band is anchored by bassist, producer, and Blue Note Records President Don Was.
Snarky Puppy returned to their roots by recording their forthcoming record, “Empire Central,” in the studio with an audience. The album will be coming out on September 30th, after which they’ll spend a couple of months touring Europe.