Todd Rundgren and Daryl Hall have three shows left on their current series of joint U.S. tour dates, but a new six-date summer leg has now been added to the trek.
The newly announced concerts, which will mostly take place in the Southeast, run from a July 31 performance in Hollywood, Florida, through an August 11 gig in North Charleston, South Carolina. The other shows are scheduled for August 3 in St. Petersburg, Florida; August 5 in Roanoke, Virginia; August 7 in Mason, Ohio; and August 9 in Durham, North Carolina.
Tickets for the concerts go on sale to the general public this Friday, May 20, at 10 a.m. local time via LiveNation.com.
Rundgren’s current run of shows with Hall — their second of 2022 — winds down with performances this Wednesday in Denver; Friday in Tulsa, Oklahoma; and Sunday in Austin, Texas. The first run of concerts kicked off on April 1, the same day that Hall released his first solo compilation, BeforeAfter.
BeforeAfter is a 30-track collection that features selections from all five of Hall’s solo studio albums, as well as eight performances from his acclaimed TV/web series Live from Daryl’s House. Among the Live from Daryl’s House performances is a duet between Hall and Rundgren on Rundgren’s 1978 hit ballad “Can We Still Be Friends.”
Meanwhile, Rundgren’s 2022 tour schedule also includes a new series of dates on the “It Was Fifty Years Ago Today” Beatles tribute trek — also featuring Badfinger‘s Joey Molland, ex-Wings member Denny Laine, Christopher Cross and former Chicago singer/bassist Jason Scheff — running from May 24 to June 26, as well as his own his own headlining trek, The Unpredictable Tour, which is plotted out from June 30 to July 30.
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