Monday, June 28, 2021

Sights and Sounds: The Wallflowers, Southern Avenue, Emily Wolfe, 'New Music Friday' episode

Hope everyone had a great weekend! Here is a roundup of music news that has been announced over the weekend...Robert Kinsler

Jakob Dylan Photo by Yasmin Than
The Wallflowers will release their first new album in nearly a decade, Exit Wounds, on July 9 via New West Records. The much-anticipated record finds the band’s signature sound — lean, potent and eminently entrancing — intact. Uncut Magazine says “...Exit Wounds rocks with smouldering intensity,” while MOJOsays in their 4 Star Review, “It’s his best original work by some yards.” KCRW has stated “Exit Wounds is a beacon for us all, a tribute to the rough year we’ve made it through.”  
Today, Consequence has shared the new song “I’ll Let You Down (But Will Not Give You Up)” alongside an “Origins” feature with Jakob Dylan. 
The Wallflowers will appear on CBS This Morning: Saturday on Saturday, July 10. They have also been announced as a part of Good Morning America’s 2021 Summer Concert Series on Tuesday, July 13 and will appear on Good Morning America Weekend on Saturday, July 17 as well. The band previously appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live and The Late Late Show with James Corden, performing Exit Wound’s first single “Roots and Wings,” which has cracked the Top 10 at AAA Radio this week. 
The Wallflowers are also set to appear at the BeachLife Festival in Redondo Beach, CA alongside Jane’s Addiction, Cage The Elephant, Portugal. The Man and more on Saturday, September 11th. Additional live appearances will be announced soon.
Most recently, Jakob Dylan Executive Produced and Starred in the acclaimed 2018 documentary film Echo in the Canyon. The film found him collaborating with a host of artists classic and contemporary, from Neil Young and Brian Wilson to Beck and Fiona AppleEcho In the Canyon was also the last on-screen appearance by Tom Petty and was the ninth biggest theatrical documentary released that year. The Wallflowers’ overwhelmingly successful single “One Headlight” was prominently featured in the Judd Apatow film The King of Staten Island last year and continues to be a massive hit, topping Billboard’s “Greatest of All Time Adult Alternative Songs” chart. 
The Wallflowers’ Exit Wounds will be available across digital platforms, compact disc, and standard black vinyl. A limited Opaque Purple Vinyl edition will be available at Independent Retailers worldwide while a limited to 500 Purple Splatter vinyl edition will be available via New West Records. A limited to 500 Purple and Pink Splatter vinyl edition will be available via Nordic Retailers while a limited to 500 Purple and Silver Marbled vinyl edition will be available via the Magnolia Record Club. A Super Deluxe Vinyl edition limited to 750 copies will be autographed by Jakob Dylan. It will also feature a linen-wrapped jacket, purple foil-stamped & numbered and housed & protected in a clear outer sleeve. The Wallflowers’ Exit Wounds is available for pre-order NOW via NEW WEST RECORDS
The Wallflowers Exit Wounds Track Listing:
1. Maybe Your Heart’s Not In It No More
2. Roots And Wings
3. I Hear The Ocean (When I Wanna Hear Trains)
4. The Dive Bar In My Heart
5. Darlin’ Hold On
6. Move The River
7. I’ll Let You Down (But Will Not Give You Up)
8. Wrong End Of The Spear
9. Who’s That Man Walking ‘Round My Garden
10. The Daylight Between Us




Push Now (Official Music Video)
(Memphis, TN) - The Memphis-based soul powerhouse Southern Avenue recently announced the release of their third full-length album BE THE LOVE YOU WANT along with the album’s feature track “Push Now.” Today, Southern Avenue share the official music video for the song; a light-hearted happy-go-lucky visual that showcases the band’s personality and incorporates family members from the entire Southern Avenue team.   

"We wanted the video to be fun, colorful, and alive. What better way to do that than to make it a raging party filled with super-cute kids,” says Southern Avenue frontwoman, the song’s co-writer and mom of two of the video’s young stars, Tierinii Jackson. “The energy of the track was definitely matched by our adorable friends. It's LIT!"


BE THE LOVE YOU WANT was produced by multi-GRAMMY® winner, Steve Berlin (Los Lobos, Deer Tick, Susan Tedeschi, Jackie Greene), and co-produced by Ori Naftaly, and arrives on August 27, 2021 via Renew Records/BMG.

Ahead of the release, the band will set out on an extensive tour, which includes two weeks supporting 2X GRAMMY® Award-winning pop superstar Jason Mraz whom the band collaborated with on the song “Move Into The Light.” 


Photo Credit: Michael Weintrob

6/27 @ Levitt Pavillion | Arlington, TX
7/2 @ Rural Hill Nature Preserve | Huntersville, NC w/ JJ Grey & Mofro
7/3 @ Iroquois Amphitheater | Louisville, KY w/ JJ Grey & Mofro
7/21 @ Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Park | Rochester, MN
7/22 @ Music at the Meridian | Yankton, SD
7/23 @ Levitt at the Falls | Sioux Falls, SD
7/24 @ Holland Center | Omaha, NE
7/30 @ Stubb’s Waller Creek Amphitheater | Austin, TX*
7/31 @ The Lawn at White Oak Music Hall | Houston, TX*
8/1 @ The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory | Dallas, TX*
8/3 @ Starlight Theatre | Kansas City, MO*
8/4 @ Saint Louis Music Park | St. Louis, MO*
8/6 @ Andrew J. Brady ICON Music Center | Cincinnati, OH*
8/7 @ TCU Amphitheatre at White River State Park | Indianapolis, IN*
8/8 @ Meadow Brook Amphitheatre | Detroit, MI*
8/10 @ Rose Music Center | Huber Heights, OH*
8/11 @ Huntington Bank Pavilion at Northerly Island |Chicago, IL*
8/13 @ Jacobs Pavilion at Nautica | Cleveland, OH*
8/14 @ Stone Pony Summerstage | Asbury Park, NJ*
8/15 @ The Anthem | Washington, DC*
8/19 @ Brooklyn Bowl | Nashville, TN w/ Maggie Rose
8/20 & 21 @ Summer Camp Music Festival | Chillicothe, IL 
8/27 @ Performance Pavilion at Sweetwater | Fort Wayne, IN w/ Samantha Fish
8/28 @ Levitt Pavilion | Dayton, OH
8/29 @ Railbird Music Festival | Lexington, KY
9/10 & 11 @ Big Blues Bender | Las Vegas, NV
9/18 @ Shipyard Festival | Cape Girardeau, MO
9/26 @ Roots N Blues Festival | Columbia, MO
10/1 @ Mempho Festival | Memphis, TN
10/8 @ Clay Center for the Arts | Charleston, WV
1/22 - 26 @ Panic en la Playa | Riviera Maya, Mexico
1/29 - 2/5 @ Legendary Rhythm & Blues Cruise | Eastern Caribbean
*w/Jason Mraz
All tour dates and up to date news available at

About Southern Avenue:
Memphis-based, GRAMMY®-nominated Southern Avenue inked their first record deal with Stax Records in 2016. The first Memphis band signed to Stax in over 40 years, their self-titled debut was an immediate phenomenon, reaching #1 on iTunes’ “Top Blues Albums” chart before being honored with the 2018 Blues Music Award for “Best Emerging Artist Album.” 2019’s KEEP ON proved an even greater success, debuting among the top 5 on Billboard’s “Top Blues Albums” chart amidst worldwide critical acclaim, ultimately earning Southern Avenue their first GRAMMY® Award nomination, for “Best Contemporary Blues Album”.  

In addition to the early success that the band has had with their recordings, they have also found a home on the road. The band has performed in 15 countries on three continents and averages over 150 shows in a typical year, making the group one of the most sought-after live performance experiences. Their high-energy shows have captivated audiences around the globe, making this eclectic group a must-see at venues and festivals alike. 

(Renew Records/BMG)
Release Date: August 27, 2021
Track List:
Be The Love You Want
Don’t Hesitate (Call Me)
Push Now
Let’s Get It Together
Heathen Hearts
Move Into The Light
Love You Nice And Slow 
Too Good To Be True
Move On

Photo Credit: Beth Garrabrant

June 25, 2021 (Austin, TX) - Crows Feet Records singer/songwriter/guitarist Emily Wolfe today releases her highly anticipated new album, Outlier

The album premiered exclusively on IDOBI as they praised the LP, “...the result is a record that makes your heart race as it runs through different influences and vibes...for every high and low and in between you’ve been feeling lately, Outlier will be right there with you. Tracks like “Vermillion Park” and “My Lungs Give Out” are the kind of songs you play when you think of the ones who make you smile most….it’s when she slows things down with songs like “Heavenly Hell” that you’ll get swept up in the bittersweet emotions as Emily gently rocks her way into your heart. The album is sticky & sweet; the bass rings in your ears and the songs make their way into your brain ’til you’re craving more. If “LA NY” and “Never Gonna Learn” don’t get you yelling “hot damn, this slaps” are you sure your volume is turned up high enough? 

As early buzz and critical acclaim began to build with the release of two singles from the collection. American Songwriter said, “...genre-fluidity is still apparent in her artistry. The concept of “No Man” began as a Blues song, but as anger reared its head, “No Man” evolved into a transcendent rock track, leaning into electronic influences to better tell her story.” Atwood Magazine wrote: “Outlier is a dynamic and energetic frenzy finely balancing chaos with artistic control.” Parade Magazine lauded Emily, Not only a showcase for her formidable guitar chops, Outlier perfectly spotlights Wolfe’s commanding vocal presence and newly expanded range. On the album’s radiant lead single “Something Better,” for instance, her voice drifts from tender to tough and back again with incredible grace, exponentially amplifying the song’s mood of dreamy longing.

A 10-track album, Outlier was recorded in Los Angeles, produced by Michael Shuman, of Queens of the Stone Age and Mini Mansions, in his home studio. Emily and Michael, along with her longtime bandmates, Evan Nicholson (bass) and Clellan Hyatt (drums),took inspiration from a myriad of genres as they laid down the tracks.

“Before this album, my approach was to know exactly what I was going to do when I went into the studio,” says Emily, “But this time I wanted to leave room for a lot of creativity and weirdness. In a way it felt like jumping into the unknown with a blindfold on, but I just trusted that the risk would pay off.” 

“Something Better”, the album’s radiant lead single, hears Emily’s voice drifting from tender to tough with incredible grace, amplifying the song’s mood of dreamy longing. “I wrote this song at a point in my life where I felt stuck,” she says. “But now with the pandemic, it feels more like a universal song about wanting change and not knowing when things are going to be okay.” 

In the second single and the opening track to Outlier, “No Man,” Wolfe presents a powerful introduction to Outlier’s aesthetic, bringing jagged synth and blistering guitar work to the track’s message of fearless self-sufficiency (sample lyric: “Don’t need no man to tell me how to work my machine”). “That song was written after a few situations where I had people telling me I needed a man to help me out with certain aspects of my music,” says Wolfe. “It came from a place of frustration and rage, but really it’s about how I don’t need anyone but myself to do what I want to do.” 

With its delicate collision of so many eclectic sonic elements, Outlier marks a significant departure for Wolfe while retaining the unbridled intensity she’s shown in sharing stages with such acts as The Struts and The Pretenders among many others. Outlier perfectly spotlights Wolfe’s commanding vocal presence and newly expanded range in her playing and songwriting.  

One of the most groove-heavy and glorious moments on Outlier, “LA/NY” unfolds as an emphatic refusal to conform, matching its soulful urgency with an undeniable sweetness (“I can’t be L.A./I can’t be New York/But I can be yours”). And on “Vermillion Park,” Wolfe shares a harmony-laced piece of storytelling threaded with vividly detailed teenage memories (loitering a local park after dark, listening to Joan Jett in the back of a car). “That one starts out as a song about a relationship I had in high school, but by the end it’s about who I am now and my relationship with my wife—who’s really the inspiration behind most of my songs,” says Wolfe.

The IDOBI premiere was accompanied by a first-person essay by Emily in honor of Pride month. She wrote in part, “Releasing a record during Pride month is something very special to me. Pride month is about bravery and celebrating who you truly are. It’s about not hiding from anyone even if it means feeling like an Outlier. As part of the LGBTQ+ community, I want to recognize how far we’ve come. Seven years ago, I wouldn’t have been able to get married to the love of my life, but I’m now happily married to her. Though there is so much work left to do, Pride month gives us a time to celebrate each other and help one another continue to normalize differences in sexual orientations and expression.”

In celebration of Pride Month, Emily will also participate in the Epiphone: For Every Stage Pride Celebration live streamed on June 30 at 6 PM CT. Artists will celebrate inclusivity, and perform for Epiphone’s combined 1.5 million followers.

In tandem with the release of Outlier, Emily also announced her US Summer/Fall tour including dates with the legendary Joan Jett and the Blackhearts. The tour will take her through the Southeast, Northeast and back to the Midwest, with more dates to be announced. (see dates below) 

The Outlier Tour:

June 25, 2021 Paper Tiger San Antonio, TX
June 26, 2021 Lightstream Backyard Concert Series Cedar Park, TX
July 24, 2021 Vol. Summer: Festival of The Arts Pasadena, TX
October 15, 2021 Stickyz Little Rock, AR
October 16, 2021 Hernando’s Hideaway Memphis, TN
October 17, 2021 3rd And Lindsley Nashville, TN
October 18, 2021 The Grey Eagle Asheville, NC
October 20, 2021 The Pour House Music Hall Raleigh, NC
October 22, 2021 Arts Avenue Chattanooga, TN
October 24, 2021 The Southern Cafe & Music Hall Charlottesville, VA
October 26, 2021 Mercury Lounge New York, NY
October 27, 2021 The Recher Towson, MD
October 28, 2021 Dc9 Nightclub Washington, DC
October 29, 2021 Sound Waves at Hard Rock Hotel Atlantic City, NJ
(w/Joan Jett & The Blackhearts)
October 30, 2021 Count Basie Theater Red Bank, NJ
(w/Joan Jett & The Blackhearts)
October 31, 2021 Kung Fu Necktie Philadelphia, PA
November 2, 2021 Space Ballroom Hamden, CT
November 3, 2021 Middle East Nightclub Cambridge, MA
November 5, 2021 The Linda Albany, NY
November 7, 2021 Hard Rock Cafe Pittsburgh, PA

Emily Wolfe

Photo Credit: Beth Garrabrant

Finally, TJR and yours truly have posted a new episode of New Music Friday where we discuss some of our favorite new releases we have picked up in recent weeks. including titles featuring Billy F Gibbons, Weezer, Van Halen and more! You can view the episode HERE.

Sunday, June 27, 2021

Brian May announces re-release and new music video of his classic single

Brian May's single "Driven By You" is available now! 



Brian May announces re-release and new music video of his classic single 


ahead of remastered “Back To The Light” album

“The song Freddie Mercury generously gave his blessing to be my solo track.”

Released on Friday, June 25, 2021

Watch and listen here:


Brian May’s first solo hit, and the unforgettable TV ad it was made for, came from the most unlikely of origins. 

“Driven By You” is, without doubt, one of rock’s most rousing and lasting anthems. Originally written for a Ford car television commercial, the solo track was a worldwide hit when it first debuted as a single off May’s 1992 “Back To The Light” album. But the unforgettable song had its beginnings oceans away from the open roads of the UK countryside that were framed in that TV ad.

Originally released in November 1991, “Driven By You” saw success worldwide including reaching No. 6 on the UK Singles Chart and No. 9 on the US Billboard Album Rock Chart. Re-released to download on June 25 ahead of the forthcoming remastered reissue of May’s “Back To The Light” album on August 6, the reissue of the track comes with a scorching new 30th Anniversary video edit. The performance was originally filmed when the Queen legend sang the track live for the first time at the 1991 Guitar Legends concert in Seville, Spain, and during his 1992 South America tour. 

The energetic footage features Brian performing the song with an all-star band including Cozy Powell on drums, Neil Murray on bass and Steve Vai on rhythm guitar. Plus, Rick Wakeman and Mike Moran on keyboards, alongside Maggie Ryder, Miriam Stockley and Chris Moran on backing vocals. That music video can be seen in its updated form here: 

Sharing the backstory to “Driven By You,” May cites a Los Angeles pool bathroom as the unlikely starting point for his classic song.

“There’s a kind of mystery about writing songs. You never know where they come from. All I know is I was sitting around a swimming pool in Los Angeles with an ad producer. He’s sitting there sunning himself. I’m there with my future wife sunning myself by the pool, and we get talking. And he says, ‘Oh, you write songs don’t you?’ I said, ‘Yeah, I write songs.’ He said, ‘Well could you write a song for an advert? Have you ever done that?’ And I went, ‘No, I’ve never done it.’ He asked, ‘Would you like to?’ And I said, 'Yes, I’d be very interested.’ He then asked me how I would feel about a slogan that goes, ‘Everything we do, we do for you’.

“And I went, ‘Yeah, I could relate to that’ because I can feel that in my own mind about my own self. And it got modified later on. It became ‘Everything we do is driven by you’ because it was about cars and I liked that even more. And as soon as he said that, I went off to the bathroom with my little tape recorder and sang some stuff into the tape recorder. I sang most of the verse and a bit of the chorus, which is the way it happens with me. Suddenly a light goes on and I could hear it in my head, I could hear the whole thing, ‘Driven By You’, and I wrote it for them, for the Ford Car Company, and completed it very quickly. I went into the studio when I got back, completed it quickly for them, and then they liked it.”

Revisiting “Driven By You” today, May has also revealed how the song helped create a special understanding with Freddie Mercury in his final days and how the Queen singer encouraged his dear friend and bandmate to ‘find his wings’ in his solo career.

Talking of Freddie, May says: “I played it to Freddie and I said, ‘Freddie, you know if this becomes a Queen track, which it might do, obviously you should sing it.’ He listened and went, ‘You’ve done it very well darling, and I think you should sing it’. Now whether that’s because he really did think I sang it well or just because he didn’t want to sing anything, I don’t know. But he said, ‘It’s beautiful, it’s great, it’s very complete in its own way, you should do it.’ And he said something very profound at the time. He said, ‘You know we’re all thinking and wondering what’s going to happen to me, and you don’t have to feel embarrassed about it. You know you should be thinking about your solo career at this time and if this is the beginning of your solo career then it’s a very worthy beginning. This is probably the beginning of your finding your wings as you need to do.’ So Freddie was very far-sighted and very generous as always and sort of gave me permission to do this as a solo track, which I did.

“I rewrote the words as a piece of relationship therapy, you know, ‘Everything I do is driven by you’ and put it out as a single and it was a hit. So it was a nice boost to me to feel I could do things on my own. I wasn’t just a piece of Queen. And that’s what I believe about the core of songs; sometimes you don’t know why you’re writing them. You don’t know where it’s coming from, but it can be channelled into a way which makes sense in various ways. And things are always about life for me; they’re always about relationships. Either my relationships or relationships with people around me. It’s about humans interacting. That to me is the most exciting thing in the world; the most important thing and the hardest thing to get right in your life. A lot of people can do great stuff. You know, fly aeroplanes, go to the Moon. Relationships… not so easy. So it’s about that as always.”

“Out of the Light,” the companion release available in the “Back To The Light” box set and on the 2CD and digital formats, features three alternative versions of “Driven By You” including the original Ford Ad Version and a Cozy (Powell) and Neil (Murray) ’93 version.

“Driven By You” is available to download and stream from June 25.

Brian May’s “Back To The Light” remastered reissue is available on August 6 on CD, Vinyl, Cassette, digital download and streaming formats and can be pre-ordered here:

Thursday, June 24, 2021

Daryl Hall & John Oates finalize 2021 Tour Dates

 So nice to see major tours coming back in 2021! Among the upcoming dates on the tour is a stop at Fantasy Springs Resort in Indio (check out my review of the duo's wonderful performance there in 2014 HERE). Robert Kinsler 

Daryl Hall & John Oates Finalize 
2021 Tour Dates

Special Guests Squeeze And KT Tunstall To Support

Tickets On-Sale Now at

HoagieNation Festival 2021 Set For August 7 In Philly; 
Hollywood Bowl Set for October 1
Photo Credit: Mick Rock
(New York, NY - June 24, 2021): On February 28, 2020, Rock & Roll Hall of Famers Daryl Hall & John Oates were looking ahead to a busy year. That evening they would play a sold out show at NYC’s Madison Square Garden, with a massive nationwide spring and summer tour set to launch the following month. But as March dawned, the world transformed, and within weeks their entire tour had been cancelled. Now, the best-selling duo in music history have rescheduled many of those shows, finalizing a twenty-five date tour produced by Live Nation, launching August 5 in Mansfield, MA, and including the HoagieNation Festival Presented by Daryl Hall and John Oates on August 7 in Philadelphia, an October 1 performance at the legendary Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles, and much more. Special guests Squeeze and KT Tunstall, who were slated for the 2020 tour, will support in most markets. See below for a full list of dates.

VIP and general tickets for the tour are available now at
“For a lot of our fans, we may have been the last ticket they bought before lockdown,” says Daryl Hall. “Now we want to be the first show they look forward to as the world reopens.”

“The world needs live music and playing live has been an important part of my life,” adds John Oates. “The fans miss it and I miss it and it's going to be exciting and emotional to get back on tour again.”  

Daryl Hall & John Oates are legends who continue to inspire today’s musical trailblazers. Their influence on multiple generations of musicians and songwriters is perhaps best summarized by SPIN who claimed “Hall and Oates are the new Velvet Underground.” On-the-record fans include: Cameron Crowe, Mark Ronson, Questlove, Adam Sandler, John Mayer, Booker T. Jones, Rob Thomas, Brandon Flowers, Amos Lee, Ben Gibbard and Nick Lowe.
In 1987, the RIAA recognized Daryl Hall & John Oates as the number-one selling duo in music history, a record they hold to this day. In 2003, the legendary duo were inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame. In 2008, they were honored at BMI’s Pop Awards with the Icon Award, and in 2014, they were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. In 2016, they together received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
Glenn Tilbrook and Chris Difford have been compared to Lennon and McCartney since “Take Me I’m Yours,” their first release in 1978, blasted the band into the forefront of the UK music scene. The legendary duo have since written all of their hits as well as recorded 15 studio albums, 14 compilation albums, four live albums, one extended play and 48 singles. Following their hits including “Tempted,” “Black Coffee in Bed,” “Hourglass,” “Cool For Cats”, “Up The Junction” and “Pulling Mussels From The Shell,” they established themselves as two of the most prolific songwriters of their time with each amassing a wealth of melody-rich earworms over the past four decades as both Squeeze and solo artists. They have also received an Ivor Novello award for Outstanding Contribution to British Music, the Nordoff-Robbins Icon Award and the Mojo Icon Award.
Singer-songwriter, KT Tunstall enchants and engages with every song, and that’s why she continues to resonate not only among fans, but throughout pop culture at large. Scotland born and now Los Angeles based, KT Tunstall emerged with her 2004 classic debut Eye To The Telescope spawning such international hits as “Black Horse and the Cherry Tree” and “Suddenly I See”, which won the Ivor Novello Award for Best Song in 2006. That same year she won her first BRIT Award for Best British Female Artist, and earned Grammy and Mercury Prize nominations in 2007. KT has released six albums internationally, to date: Eye to the Telescope (2004), Drastic Fantastic (2007), Tiger Suit (2010), Invisible Empire // Crescent Moon(2013), KIN (2016) and WAX (2018), cementing her reputation as a major recording talent, as well as a mesmerizing live artist.
August 5 – Xfinity Center – Mansfield, MA *^
August 7 – HoagieNation – TD Pavilion at the Mann – Philadelphia, PA *
August 9 – Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion – Gilford, NH *^
August 11 – Northwell Health at Jones Beach Theater – Wantagh, NY *^
August 13 – PNC Bank Arts Center – Holmdel, NJ *^
August 15 – Saratoga Performing Arts Center – Saratoga Springs, NY *^
August 19 – Ruoff Music Center – Noblesville, IN *^
August 21 – DTE Energy Music Theatre – Clarkston, MI *^
August 23 – Riverbend Music Center – Cincinnati, OH *^
August 26 – Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre – Tinley Park, IL *^
August 28 – American Family Insurance Amphitheater – Milwaukee, WI *^
August 30 – Xcel Energy Center – St. Paul, MN *^
September 1 – Ball Arena – Denver, CO *^
September 18 – Merriweather Post Pavilion – Columbia, MD *^
September 20 – MIDFLORIDA Credit Union Amphitheatre – Tampa, FL *^
September 22 – Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino – Hollywood, FL *
September 24 – Ameris Bank Amphitheatre – Alpharetta, GA *^
September 26 – The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion presented by Huntsman – Woodlands, TX *^
September 28 – Dickies Arena – Fort Worth, TX *^
October 1 – Hollywood Bowl – Los Angeles, CA *^
November 6 – Fantasy Springs Resort Casino – Indio, CA
November 9 – Maui Arts & Cultural Center – Kahului, HI
November 13 – Neal S. Blaisdell Center – Honolulu, HI
December 3 – Foxwoods – Mashantucket, CT
December 4 – Foxwoods – Mashantucket, CT
* w/ Squeeze
^ w/ KT Tunstall
Daryl Hall and John Oates:

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