Harley Flanagan and Cro-Mags will be ending the year strong in December with a 13-date tour of the U.S. It marks the end of a long and arduous year, the bassist and band leader states.
Journey has announced a huge tour for 2023 with Toto as their special guest. After some lineup shuffling over the past few years, Journey is currently anchored by bassist Todd Jensen. John Pierce joined Toto as a touring member in 2020.
For the first time in nearly a decade, the original lineup of Blink-182 is back together. Bassist Mark Hoppus, drummer Travis Barker, and guitarist Tom DeLonge will be embarking on a massive world tour. They’ll also be releasing a new album next year.
After The Grateful Dead’s 50th anniversary “Fare Thee Well” concerts, most of the alumni (minus Phil Lesh) decided to continue on as Dead & Company. It’s been seven years since the offshoot group’s inception. Now they’ve announced their final tour.
Karina Rykman is hitting the road in December with a handful of winter tour dates. The bassist, who will be joined by guitarist Adam November and drummer Chris Corsico, says the run will be one to remember.
Blackbird Presents has unveiled another round of The Last Waltz Tour, which pays homage to The Band’s epic farewell concert from 1976. Filling the shoes of the late Rick Danko will be the inimitable Don Was.
Dave Matthews Band is currently on tour, but they’ll be hitting the road again this fall with dates in the U.S. and Canada. DMB continues to be anchored by the great Stefan Lessard, who has been dishing out bass lines for the band since he was 16.
Last in Line has unveiled a set of tour dates to support their upcoming EP, “A Day In The Life.” The band, which was originally formed by former members of Dio, features Andrew Freeman, Vivian Campbell, Vinny Appice, and Phil Soussan.
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.”