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Credit: Alexander ThompsonDebbie Harry and her band Blondie have launched a new campaign called BEE Connected, designed to raise awareness about the decline in the global population of bees, as well as the insects' importance in the food chain and Earth's ecosystems.

The initiative ties in with Blondie's new studio album, Pollinator, and debuted in conjunction with the 10th annual National Pollinator Week, which kicked off Monday, June 19.

The BEE Connected campaign has partnered with a number of environmental organizations, including Pollinator Partnership, Friends of the Earth and Greenpeace, which are dedicated to the preservation and health of bee populations via education and consumer and political initiatives.

"Basically, my motives for supporting pollinators is survival; survival of us all, survival of the human race," says Harry.

To raise money for the campaign, limited-edition "Pollinator/Save the Bees" T-shirts are being sold at Blondie.net/beeconnected. The website also features links to various organizations that support bee conservation.

Blondie is also offering a bee-inspired yellow-and-black filter fans can use on their social media sites to promote the BEE Connected campaign. You can download it now at Blondie.net/beesocial.

As previously reported, Blondie will support Pollinator by hitting the road with Garbage on a North American trek dubbed the Rage and Rapture Tour. The outing, which will feature X's John Doe and Exene Cervenka as the opening act, gets underway July 5 in Saratoga, California.

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Following a cryptic teaser, Black Sabbath has announced The Ten Year War: a limited-edition box set including the band's first eight studio albums, which all featured original frontman Ozzy Osbourne. The package features 1970's Black Sabbath and Paranoid, 1971's Master of Reality, 1972's Vol. 4, 1973's Sabbath Bloody Sabbath, 1975's Sabotage, 1976's Technical Ecstasy and 1978's Never Say Die.

Also included in the box set, which was designed by street artist Shepard Fairey, are two seven-inch singles featuring the Japanese version of "Evil Woman (Don't Play Your Games with Me)"/"Black Sabbath" and the Chilean edition of "Paranoid"/"The Wizard." There's also a tour poster, photo book, tour program, promotional brochure and a crucifix-shaped USB stick, which includes HD audio from the first eight Black Sabbath albums.

Currently, The Ten Year War box set isn't available in the U.S., but if you live in the U.K., you can order it via PledgeMusic.com.

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Roswell Records/RCA RecordsFoo Fighters debuted a new song from their forthcoming album Concrete and Gold during their show in Latvia Wednesday night. The track is called "Sunday Rain," and it features drummer Taylor Hawkins on lead vocals. You can watch fan-recorded footage of the performance now on YouTube.

Already during their European tour this summer, the Foos have debuted the Concrete and Gold songs "Run," "The Sky Is a Neighborhood" and "La Dee Da." At this rate, we might hear the whole album live before it's released September 15.

Foo Fighters will launch a North American tour in support of Concrete and Gold this fall, beginning October 7 with their Cal Jam 17 festival in San Bernardino, California.

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Gilbert Carrasquillo/Getty ImagesTake heart, heavy-metal fans: you can now feel free to flash the popular "devil's horns" hand gesture without worrying if KISS bassist Gene Simmons will sue you.

The Rock & Roll Hall of Famer filed an application to officially trademark the hand gesture earlier this month, but he now has abandoned his attempt to register the trademark.

According to documents on the United States Patents and Trademarks website, Simmons submitted a request to abandon his application on Tuesday, and the office accepted his request the following day.

Simmons filed his trademark application on June 9, while maintaining that the gesture was first used "in commerce" on November 14, 1974, which coincides with the launch of KISS' Hotter than Hell tour. Gene also submitted a drawing of the gesture in question, which shows the index and pinky fingers up and the thumb perpendicular, as well as a photo that shows him making the "devil's horns" while standing next to Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl.

After news of Simmons' trademark application emerged, various people came forward to criticize Gene, including Motley Crue's Nikki Sixx and Wendy James Dio, widow of legendary metal vocalist Ronnie James Dio, who popularized a similar gesture.

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Artists for GrenfellThe star-studded version of Simon and Garfunkel's classic "Bridge over Troubled Water" organized by Simon Cowell to raise funds for those affected by the deadly Grenfell Tower fire in London last week was released Wednesday, and now you can watch the official video for the single on YouTube.

As previously reported, The Who's Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend are among the many artists that contributed to the track.  Both rock legends appear in the clip -- Daltrey is seen two minutes, 27 seconds into the video singing the line, "I will comfort you," while Townshend is shown strumming an acoustic guitar a few seconds later.

More than 50 stars lent their talents to the song, including are Queen guitarist Brian May, Nile Rodgers, Geri "Ginger Spice" Halliwell, Robbie Williams, Jessie J, Liam Payne and Louis Tomlinson of One Direction, Leona Lewis, James Blunt, Emeli Sande, and Rita Ora, although not all appear in the clip.

The video also features images of the burnt-out tower and sidewalk memorials to the people who lost their lives in the blaze.

The single can be purchased as a digital download at all the usual online music sellers, and also is available via major streaming services. In addition, you also can donate directly to the cause at ArtistsforGrenfell.com. All donations will be used by The London Community Foundation to help those in need.

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More2Screen/Eagle Rock FilmsThe story of Iggy Pop and Josh Homme's collaborative Post Pop Depression album will be told in the upcoming documentary American Valhalla. You can watch a clip from the film now on Billboard.com.

In the clip, Pop talks to chef and author Anthony Bourdain, who conducts the interviews in the film, about the "virtuosity" of his Post Pop Depression band.  Along with Homme, the band included Queens of the Stone Age guitarist Dean Fertita and Arctic Monkeys drummer Matt Helders.

"It was difficult to keep up without losing my mind," Pop laughs.

American Valhalla explores the background and recording process of Post Pop Depression, as well as the band's corresponding tour.

"During the recording process it felt important not to shove a camera in the face of what was going on," Homme tells Billboard. "But post the recording, it just felt like, 'Let's capture this as much as possible,' and without a real understanding as to why or what for."

He adds, "It sort of became evident as we went along that we had enough to make something."

American Valhalla will screen for one night only in U.S. theaters on July 11.

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Credit: Nels IsraelsonAfter lining up an August 13 benefit show in Chicago for the Veterans for Peace organization, Jackson Browne has scheduled a new charity gig three days earlier in Detroit.

The Rock and Roll Hall of Famer's August 10 concert at the historic Redford Theatre will raise money to support the venue, as well as a community redevelopment initiative to create a district in the city focused on the arts and entertainment.

Tickets for the show will go on sale to the general public this Friday, June 23, at 10 a.m. ET via Ticketmaster.com and at the theater's box office.

Net proceeds from the event will go toward the venue, the Old Redford Re-Development Group and Echopark Guitars, which are all part of the redevelopment project. Browne's involvement stems from his friendship with custom-guitar maker Gabriel Currie, owner of Echopark Guitars, who is moving his factory from Los Angeles to Detroit.

"Gabriel…told me about the renovation of the Redford Theatre. At the heart of this project is a strong belief in community, and the power of art to motivate and inspire," explains Jackson. "Let us have live music, and theater, and dance! And let us engage youth on the highest possible level."

Check out Browne's full tour itinerary at JacksonBrowne.com.

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Paul Morigi/Getty ImagesU2 will be performing at this year's 13th annual MusiCares MAP Fund benefit concert, at which the band's bass player, Adam Clayton, is being honored.

While we already knew Clayton would be receiving the Stevie Ray Vaughan Award at the event, in recognition of his support of the MusiCares MAP Fund, as well as his general dedication to helping people with addiction issues. Now it's been announced that the whole band will show up to play a set at the fundraiser.

The show takes place at the 2,100-seat PlayStation Theater in New York on June 26.

It is a fundraiser, so tickets are pricey, with "VIP Living Room Sets" that seat 10 going for $15,000 and VIP floor seats selling for $1,500.  But there is upper balcony seating available at a more affordable $500, and balcony seating is available through AXS.com for $75 per person.

But it's all for a good cause. All proceeds raised by the event will go toward the MusiCares MAP Fund, which provides members of the music community with addiction recovery resources.

As previously reported, The Lumineers, who are opening for U2 on the band's Joshua Tree tour, also will perform.  Additional performers include soul singer Macy Gray, among others.

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DualtoneChuck Berry, who died in March at age 90, released his final studio album, Chuck, earlier this month. The rock 'n' roll pioneer's son Charles Berry Jr., who contributed some guitar work to the new record, reveals that his dad "heard everything" on the album and gave the project his OK prior to his death.

"He had final approval on everything," Berry Jr. tells ABC Radio, adding that even when his dad was ailing, he still was able to convey how he felt about a track through his reactions. "His toes [would be] tapping and he's keeping time to it, smile on his face," Berry Jr. recalls. "He didn't have to say a word to know, 'Oh yeah, he wants that on there.'"

The Chuck album features appearances from a select few guest musicians -- roots-rock singer Nathaniel Rateliff, Rage Against the Machine guitarist Tom Morello and acclaimed blues-rock guitarist Gary Clark Jr. Berry Jr. says it was his dad's label, Dualtone, that pushed to have some guest artists on the record, something his father initially wasn't interested in, although he eventually agreed under the condition that he had final say about what was included.

Morello and Rateliff both featured on the track "Big Boys." Berry Jr. says that Tom took Chuck's guitar part and "then interpreted what [he] did and put his own spin on it. And it [was] beautiful." Charles notes that Nathaniel "did an excellent job" with the vocal part he added to the track.

Clark Jr., meanwhile, lent his guitar talents to the album's lead track, "Wonderful Woman," which also features guitar work from three generations of Berrys -- Chuck, Charles Jr. and Chuck Berry III. "'Wonderful Woman' is just nonstop electric guitar heaven for anybody who likes to hear electric guitar," gushes Charles.

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ABC/Randy HolmesChris Cornell's solo song "The Promise," which was released two months before is death, was accompanied by a social media campaign called #KeepthePromise to raise awareness of and encourage people to help displaced refugees and children in need.

In a new video premiering on People.com, stars including Elton John, George Clooney, Jennifer Lopez, Tom Hanks and System of a Down's Serj Tankian ask you to #KeepthePromise in the Soundgarden singer's memory.

The video also includes appearances from Josh Brolin, Pharrell Williams, Cher, Ryan Gosling, Christian Bale and Oscar Isaac. It ends with a message from Cornell himself, who declares, "I vow to keep the promise to fight for the world’s most vulnerable children."

Cornell recorded "The Promise" for the film of the same name, which was set during the time of the Armenian genocide. Proceeds from the song were to be donated to the International Rescue Committee. The video for "The Promise" was released posthumously on Tuesday, World Refugee Day, which Cornell had requested.

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Credit: Peter OuSteven Van Zandt has been named an Ambassador to Ronald McDonald House as part of a new partnership between the longtime E Street Band guitarist and the charity.

The honor was announced at the New York chapter of Ronald McDonald House's Heroes Volunteer Event, held on Tuesday in the Big Apple.  During the fundraiser, which benefits the charity's volunteer programs, Little Steven and Ronald McDonald House New York president and CEO Ruth Browne both signed a guitar.

In his new role, Van Zandt will promote Ronald McDonald House's charitable work, while serving as a mentor For children suffering from cancer who receive aid from the organization.  Ronald McDonald House provides free places to stay for families with children who are being treated at nearby hospitals and medical facilities.

In addition, Little Steven will organize and take part in a variety of musical-related events and activities this year for children being supported by Ronald McDonald House.

"I believe that being part of a band is special and that music can sometimes have healing powers," says Van Zandt. "Through my partnership with the House, I am hoping that I can share this power and love for music with the people that need it most."

Last month, Little Steven released his first new solo album in 18 years, Soulfire. He currently is on a European tour in support of the record with his backing band The Disciples of Soul.

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Courtesy of Black SabbathWhat's Black Sabbath up to? The metal legends, who played their final show earlier this year, are teasing something called "The Ten Year War."

On the band's Facebook, Black Sabbath has posted a 18-second video filled with mysterious, quick-cutting images, including a mushroom cloud and a flamethrower. The clip then promises that something called "The Ten Year War" will arrive September 29.

In other Black Sabbath news, Rolling Stone named the band's 1970 sophomore effort, Paranoid, #1 on its list of "The 100 Greatest Metal Albums of All Time."

"It's impossible to imagine what heavy metal would have become without the iconic gloomy riff of 'Iron Man,' the musical thickness of 'War Pigs' and the rapid-fire chugging of 'Paranoid,'" the magazine writes of Paranoid.

Following Paranoid at #2 is Metallica's Master of Puppets, with Judas Priest's British Steel at #3. Rounding out the top 10 are Iron Maiden's The Number of the Beast at #4, Black Sabbath's self-titled debut at #5, Slayer's Reign in Blood at #6, Motorhead's No Remorse at #7, Megadeth's Peace Sells...but Who's Buying? at #8, Ozzy Osbourne's Blizzard of Ozz at #9 and Pantera's Vulgar Display of Power at #10.

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Credit: Norman Jean RoyJon Bon Jovi was presented with the National Association of Broadcasters Education Foundation's 2017 Service to America Leadership Award at the organization's Celebration of Service to America Awards gala, held Tuesday in Washington, D.C.

The New Jersey rocker received the prestigious honor for his efforts aiding homeless, hungry and poverty-stricken people, including his work as chairman of the Jon Bon Jovi Soul Foundation.

In accepting the award, Bon Jovi discussed his philosophy behind his charitable work.

"There is a misconception that homelessness is a choice. I have yet to meet a homeless person who strived to achieve that," the singer said. "We must all work together to remove the labels 'Us and Them.' Inspiration and hope mixed with a little perspiration can change a life forever."

A video message from President Barack Obama played during the event, congratulating Bon Jovi on his award.

"I wish I could be there with all of you to help honor someone who's become a great friend of mine, Jon Bon Jovi," Obama says in the clip. "When you meet Jon and [his wife] Dorothea and talk to them for a while, one thing you're struck by is how sincere they are about the idea that in this country success means more than just fame or fortune, success means having the ability to reach back and pull others up along with you."

Also during the gala, a video presentation narrated by Gayle King saluting Jon and profiling the JBJ Soul Foundation's various initiatives was screened. The short film features testimonials from New Jersey Senator Corey Booker, celebrity chef Mario Batali and others.

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MJ Kim/MPL Communications Ltd.As expected, Paul McCartney announced early this morning that he'll bring his One on One Tour to Australia and New Zealand this year. The five-date trek kicks off December 2 in Perth, Australia, and will wind down December 16 with a show in Auckland, New Zealand.

The outing will mark McCartney's first visit Down Under since his 1993 New World Tour. Sir Paul made the big announcement early Wednesday morning via a live Facebook video Q&A with Australian actor Tim Minchin.

If you register at PaulMcCartney.com, you'll be able to buy pre-sale tickets for the Australian and New Zealand concerts starting this Tuesday, June 27.

"We've been waiting to get back to Australia and New Zealand for years and now it's finally happening," says McCartney in a statement. "It is very exciting. I'm really looking forward to the concerts as we've always had such a brilliant time whenever we've been before so we know we are in for a treat. Can't wait to see you and all rock out together."

Here are all of Sir Paul's Down Under tour dates:

12/2 -- Perth, Australia, nib Stadium
12/5 -- Melbourne, Australia, AAMI Park
12/9 -- Brisbane, Australia, Suncorp Stadium
12/11 -- Sydney, Australia, Qudos Bank Arena
12/16 -- Auckland, New Zealand, Mt. Smart Stadium

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Artists for GrenfellTo raise funds for the relief effort following the deadly fire last week that destroyed Grenfell Tower in West London, Simon Cowell has gathered together more than 50 artists, including The Who's Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend and Queen's Brian May, to record a version of Simon and Garfunkel's classic "Bridge Over Troubled Water."

The single, recorded at a studio just half a mile from the building, is out now. You can buy it at the usual digital outlets, and also donate directly at ArtistsforGrenfell.com. All donations made at that website will be used by The London Community Foundation to help those in need.

Among the other artists who participated: Nile Rodgers, Geri "Ginger Spice" HalliwellRobbie Williams, Jessie J, Liam Payne and Louis Tomlinson of One Direction, Leona Lewis, James Blunt, Emeli Sande, James Arthur, Rita Ora, Dan Smith of Bastille, Nathan Sykes, Dua Lipa and many, many more. A choir of local residents also joined in.

Speaking to the British paper The Mirror, Cowell said, "I felt how everyone felt when they saw the news. I was angry, upset, thinking what the hell do you do?...Do you donate some money? And I was thinking, well maybe we could do a little more than that and that's how the record came about."

As for why he chose "Bridge Over Troubled Water,"  Cowell explained that he had just 12 hours to decide on a song, and that one had appropriate lyrics.

When you listen to the single, you may not be able to recognize the singers' voices, especially those who are huge in the U.K. but not that well-known in the U.S. Here's a rundown of who sings what:

Stormzy: Introductory rap
Robbie Williams: "When you're weary..."
James Blunt: "Feeling small..."
Rita Ora: "When tears are in…"
Craig David: "…your eyes..."
Dan Smith of Bastille: "I will dry them all."
Liam Payne: "I'm on your side..."
Emeli Sande: "When times get rough..."
Kelly Jones of Stereophonics: "And friends just can't be found..."
Paloma Faith: "Like a bridge over troubled water..."
Louis Tomlinson: "...I will lay me down."
Labrinth: "Like a bridge over troubled water..."
Jorja Smith: "...I will lay me down."
WSTERN: brief rap
Leona Lewis: "When you're down and out..."
Jessie J: "When you’re on the street..."
James Arthur: "When evening falls so hard..."
Roger Daltrey: "I will comfort you."
Ella Eyre: "I'll take your part..."
Anne Marie and Ella Henderson: "When darkness comes..."
Louisa Johnson: "And pain is all around."
All voices led by Robbie Williams: "Like a bridge over water..."
James Arthur ad-lib: "I will lay me down."
Choirs: "Like a bridge over troubled water..."
Rita Ora: "I will lay me down."

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Roswell Records/RCA RecordsThis week, Foo Fighters revealed the details of their upcoming new album, Concrete and Gold. As if that isn't exciting enough, frontman Dave Grohl says the record features a host of special guests, including one in particular they're keeping under wraps.

"There's one who is probably the biggest pop star in the world and -- I'm not kidding-- sings backups on one of the heaviest songs on the record," Grohl tells BBC Radio 1. "And we're not telling anybody who it is."

BBC Radio 1 host Annie Mac guesses Beyonce, but Grohl refuses to reveal the answer. Perhaps it's the heavy metal-loving Lady Gaga, who collaborated with Metallica at this year's Grammys. Or maybe it's Adele, since she's worked with Greg Kurstin, who produced Concrete and Gold.

We may have to wait until Concrete and Gold is released on September 15.

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Credit: Andrew MacphersonThis past January, Joe Walsh played a six-show engagement at the House of Blues Las Vegas.  Now the longtime Eagles guitarist plans to return to the Sin City venue for three more performances this fall. The newly announced dates are scheduled for September 27, 29 and 30.

Tickets for the shows go on sale to the general public this Friday, June 23, at 10 a.m. PT. Pre-sale tickets are available for Citi Card members now, while Walsh fan club members will be able to purchase tickets beginning this Wednesday, June 21, at 10 a.m. Visit JoeWalsh.com for more details.

Fans coming out to Walsh's Las Vegas concerts can expect to see the Rock and Roll Hall of Famer and his touring band playing memorable songs from his solo career, as well as from The Eagles and his former group, The James Gang.

Prior to his Vegas engagement, Walsh will play with the Eagles at The Classic West and The Classic East events, respectively, on July 15 in Los Angeles and July 29 in New York City. Steely Dan and The Doobie Brothers also will perform at the festival.

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ABC/Randy HolmesChris Cornell will posthumously appear on an album titled Johnny Cash Forever Words: The Music, a project pairing songwriters with poems written by the country legend and setting them to music.

Country artist Jamey Johnson first revealed news of the album, which is headed up by Cash's son, John Carter Cash. "He's got Chris Cornell having finished one of these songs and then recorded it," Johnson told the blog Kentucky Country Music. "I'm excited for it to come out."

John Carter Cash confirmed the project to Rolling Stone.

Johnny Cash previously recorded a cover of Soundgarden's "Rusty Cage" for his 1996 album, Unchained.

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Paul Morigi/Getty ImagesIt's not every day you get a personal shout-out on stage from one of the world's greatest rock bands.  But these were special circumstances.

Bono offered good wishes to Louisiana Rep. Steve Scalise during U2's show Tuesday night in Landover, MD.  Scalise is recovering from being shot a week ago today in Alexandria, VA, while practicing for a congressional baseball game.

In video posted to Scalise's official Twitter, Bono tells the crowd: "You been through some troubling days here with the shooting in Alexandria.  We are so grateful that Congressman Scalise and his comrades made it through, so grateful. We hold him up as love holds us all up.”

The video's captioned, "Thanks Bono and @U2."


Thanks Bono & @U2. - #TeamScalise pic.twitter.com/7Eaaa0aeis

— Rep. Steve Scalise (@SteveScalise) June 21, 2017


Scalise, the House majority whip, was shot in the hip and suffered additional internal injuries.  At last word he was listed in serious condition, but on the mend after undergoing several surgeries.

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Credit: Anna WebberNew details have been unveiled about Stephen Stills' upcoming duets album with his former girlfriend, folk legend Judy Collins, the inspiration behind the Crosby, Stills & Nash classic "Suite: Judy Blue Eyes." The record will be titled Stills & Collins, and will be released on September 22.

The album will feature new versions of songs tied into the longtime friends' shared history, as well as select cover tunes and one brand-new tune penned by Collins called "River of Gold."

Stills & Collins features a new rendition of late British folk-rocker Sandy Denny's "Who Knows Where the Time Goes," which was the first tune Stephen ever recorded with Judy, for her 1968 album of the same name.

The album also includes new versions of "Judy" and "So Begins the Task," a pair of Stills tunes that date back to a 1968 collection of demos released in 2007 under the title Just Roll Tape.  In addition, the duo recorded an updated take on "Houses," a 1975 tune that Collins wrote about her relationship with Stills.

Among the covers on Stills & Collins are renditions of Bob Dylan's "Girl from the North Country," Leonard Cohen's "Everybody Knows" and The Traveling Wilburys' "Handle with Care." The album also features a version of the Stills-penned Buffalo Springfield song "Questions."

You can pre-order Stills & Collins now at PledgeMusic.com.

As previously reported, Stills and Collins will embark on a U.S. tour kicking off with a July 26 performance at the Ravinia Festival in Highland Park, Illinois. The trek recently was extended through a November 4 show in Brooks, California.

Here are all of the duo's confirmed tour dates:

7/26 -- Highland Park, IL, Ravinia Festival
7/28 -- Cleveland Heights, OH, Cain Park
7/30 -- Overland, KS, JCCC Carlsen Center
8/1 -- Denver, CO, Denver Botanic Gardens
8/2 -- Arvada, CO, Arvada Center for the Arts & Humanities
8/3 -- Steamboat Springs, CO, Strings Music Pavilion
8/5 -- Salina, KS, Stiefel Theatre
8/7 -- Meridian, MS, MSU - Riley Center for the Performing Arts
8/9 -- Atlanta, GA, Atlanta Symphony Hall
8/11 -- Alexandria, VA, Birchmere
8/12 -- Alexandria, VA, Birchmere
8/14 -- Ridgefield, CT, Ridgefield Playhouse
8/16 -- Red Bank, NJ, Count Basie Theatre
8/17 -- New Haven, CT, College Street Music Hall
8/18 -- Greensburg, PA, The Palace Theatre
8/20 -- Lowell, MA, Boarding House Park
8/21 -- Great Barrington, MA, Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center
8/23 -- Morristown, NJ, Mayo Performing Arts Center
8/25 -- Glenside, PA, Keswick Theatre
8/26 -- Westbury, NY, NYCB Theatre at Westbury
8/28 -- Vestal, NY, Anderson Center for the Performing Arts
9/1 -- Beverly Hills, CA, Saban Theatre
9/3 -- Indio, CA, Fantasy Springs Resort & Casino
9/6 -- San Diego, CA, Humphreys Concerts by the Sea
9/8 -- Jacksonville, OR, Britt Pavilion
9/9 -- Stateline, NV, MontBleu Resort Casino & Spa
9/30 -- Torrington, CT, Warner Theater
10/1 -- Newport News, VA, Ferguson Performing Arts Center
10/2 -- Huntington, WV, Keith Albee Performing Arts Center
10/4 -- Morgantown, WV, West Virginia University
10/5 -- Charlottesville, VA, Sprint Pavilion
10/7 -- Cranston, RI, Rhode Island Center for the Performing Arts
10/8 -- Albany, NY, The Egg Center
10/11 -- Lancaster, PA, American Music Theater
10/12 -- Tarrytown, NY, Tarrytown Music Hall
10/13 -- Englewood, NJ, Bergen Performing Arts Center
10/17 -- Godfrey, IL, Olin Theater
10/21 -- Las Vegas, NV, Smith Center
10/22 -- Tucson, AZ, Fox Theater
10/25 -- San Juan Capistrano, CA, The Coach House
10/26 -- San Juan Capistrano, CA, The Coach House
10/28 -- Santa Barbara, CA, Arlington Theater
11/2 -- Visalia, CA, Fox Theater
11/4 -- Brooks, CA, Cacher Creek Casino

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