Steely Dan plans Jamalot Ever After tour for U.S., Canada

Steely Dan’s Walter Becker and Donald Fagen will hit the road from July through mid-September on the Jamalot Ever After tour.

The tour will showcase selections from throughout Steely Dan’s four-decade catalog; it starts July 2, 2014, in Portland, Ore., and wraps up Sept. 17, 2014, in Baltimore. Scheduled tour dates appear below; visit www.steelydan.com for updates, on-sale ticket dates and links to purchase tickets.

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Steely Dan’s Donald Fagen and Walter Becker will hit the road on a North American tour this summer. Publicity photo courtesy Danny Clinch.

Supporting musicians on the tour are drummer Keith Carlock; bassist   Freddie Washington; keyboardist Jim Beard; guitarist Jon Herington on guitar; trumpet and keyboardist Michael Leonhart; trombonist Jim Pugh; baritone saxophonist Roger Rosenberg; saxophonist Walt Weiskopf; and vocalists La Tanya Hall, Carolyn Leonhart-Escoffery and Cindy Mizelle.

Steely Dan released seven Platinum-selling albums between 1972 and 1980; its carefully crafted catalog includes the FM-radio staples “Reelin’ In The Years,” “Do It Again,” “Rikki Don’t Lose That Number,” “F.M.,” “Peg,” “Hey Nineteen,” “Josie,” “Deacon Blues” and “Babylon Sisters.” In 2000, Steely Dan won three Grammys for their work on the reunion album “Two Against Nature.”

Scheduled tour dates, cities and venues (which are subject to change) are:

• July 2: Portland, Ore., Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall
• July 3: Bend, Ore., Les Schwab Amphitheatre
• July 5-6: Redmond, Wash., Marymoor Amphitheatre
• July 8-9: Saratoga, Calif., The Mountain Winery
• July 10: Concord, Calif., Concord Pavilion
• July 12: Los Angeles, The Forum
• July 13: San Diego, Humphrey’s
• July 15: Phoenix, Comerica Theatre
• July 16: Albuquerque, N.M., Route 66 Casino
• July 18: Thackerville, Okla., Winstar Casino
• July 19: Kansas City, Starlight Theatre
• July 21: Oklahoma City, Chesapeake Energy Theater
• July 23: Tulsa, Olka., Brady Theater
• July 24: Rogers, Ark., The Wal-Mart Amphitheater
• July 26: New Orleans, UNO Lakefront Arena
• July 27: Birmingham, Ala., Birmingham Jefferson Country Club
• July 29: Columbia, S.C., Township Auditorium
• July 31: Asheville, N.C., Biltmore Estate
• Aug. 1-2: Nashville, Tenn., Ryman Auditorium
• Aug. 4: Greensboro, N.C., War Memorial Auditorium
• Aug. 6: Bethlehem, Penn., Musikfest
• Aug. 8: Niagara Falls, N.Y., Seneca Events Center
• Aug. 9: Erie, Penn., City Fest
• Aug. 11: Pittsburgh, Benedum Center
• Aug. 12: Cincinnati, Taft Theater
• Aug. 13: Columbus, Ohio, Palace Theatre
• Aug. 15: Springfield, Ill., Illinois State Fair
• Aug. 16: Madison, Wis., Overture Hall
• Aug. 17: Hammond, Ind., Horseshoe Casino
• Aug. 19: Appleton, Wis., Fox Cities Performing Arts Center
• Aug. 20: Interlochen, Mich., Kresge Auditorium
• Aug. 22: Windsor, Ontario, Canada, Colosseum at Caesar’s
• Aug. 23-24: Toronto, Sony Center for The Performing Arts
• Aug. 26: Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, National Arts Centre
• Aug. 27: Montreal, St. Denis Theater
• Aug. 29: Bangor, Maine, Waterfront
• Aug. 30: Gilford, N.H., Meadowbrook
• Aug. 31: Saratoga Springs, N.Y., Saratoga Performing Arts Center
• Sept. 3-4: Red Bank, N.J., Count Basie Theatre
• Sept. 6: Boston, Bank of America Pavillion
• Sept. 7: Providence, R.I., Providence Performing Arts Center
• Sept. 9-10: Morristown, N.J., Mayo Performing Arts Center
• Sept. 12: Atlantic City, N.J., Caesar’s
• Sept. 13-14: Huntington, N.Y., Paramount Theater
• Sept. 16: Wallingford, Conn., Oakdale Theater
• Sept. 17: Baltimore, Pier Six Pavillion

 

 

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