Todd Rundgren will hit the road behind his new album, White Night, according to Ultimate Classic Rock. No street date has been announced for the set, which is his followup to 2015’s Global collection, but the new tour has been dubbed “The White Knight: The Chivalrock Tour.” Prior to the spring dates, on March 6th, Rundgren will be among those appearing at Manhattan’s Carnegie Hall to pay tribute to Aretha Franklin. Joining him will be Kenny Loggins, Melissa Etheridge, Living Colour, and Richard Thompson, among others.
Rundgren’s tour kicks off on April 29th in St. Louis, Missouri at River City Casino and stretches to June 10th when it hits Syracuse, New York’s Onondaga Community College Campus.
A while back, Todd Rundgren told us that summing up his career isn’t something he’s comfortable with and is really a job best-suited for others: “It’s kind of difficult, having played for 42 years now, professionally, it’s a little bit difficult to see yourself — particularly having gone thorough all the changes I have — of being able to be summed up in that sense. I can get perspective on part of what I’m doing, but I can never get perspective on all of what I’m doing. And part of what I’m doing is trying to avoid repeating myself.”
April 29 – St. Louis, MO – River City Casino
May 2 – Burnsville, MN – Ames Center
May 10 – N. Tonawanda, NY – Riviera Theatre
May 11 – Tarrytown, NY – The Tarrytown Music Hall
May 13 – Kingston, NY – Ulster Performing Arts Center
May 14 – East Greenwich, RI – Greenwich Odeum
May 17 – Salisbury, MA – Blue Ocean Music Hall
May 18 – Portland, ME – Aura
May 25 – Fort Myers, FL – Barbara B. Mann Performing Arts Hall
May 27 – St. Petersburg, FL – Mahaffey Theater
June 10 – Syracuse, NY – Onondaga Community College Campus
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