STEELY DAN ANNOUNCES SPRING AND SUMMER 2016 ‘THE DAN WHO KNEW TOO MUCH’ TOUR DATES
Rock ‘n’ Roll Hall of Famers Donald Fagen and Walter Becker have announced Steely Dan will be back to satisfy Dan fans nationwide with “The Dan Who Knew Too Much” tour dates this spring and summer. The band will kick off their spring touring with two Port Chester, NY performances at The Capitol Theatre on Apr. 18th and 19th and conclude the solo run on Apr. 30th at Atlantic City, NJ’s Borgata Events Center. Having co-headlined Australia and New Zealand together in 2011, Steely Dan will welcome their friend and special guest Steve Winwood for their summer tour which kicks off on Jun. 7 at Cincinnati, OH’s Riverbend Music Center and concludes five weeks later, on Jul. 13th in Virginia Beach, VA. The chance to see these two multi-Grammy Award-winning legends on one night is not to be missed.
Throughout the spring and summer, Steely Dan will entrance audiences with a set of diverse selections from The Dan's extraordinary four-decade catalog, rich with infectious tunes, bodacious harmonies, irresistible grooves, blazing solo work, rich ensembles and sleek, subversive lyrics.
Singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist Steve Winwood has one of the most remarkable voices in rock ‘n’ roll and fans will be captivated by his set of favorites spanning his 50-year career — featuring songs from the Spencer Davis Group, Traffic, Blind Faith along with solo hits, including “Higher Love” and many more.
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