Steely Dan and Steve Winwood to tour together in June, July
Steely Dan and Steve Winwood to tour together in June, July
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The dynamic duo of Donald Fagen and Walter Becker are bringing Steely Dan back for the aptly named “The Dan Who Knew Too Much” tour in 2016. Joining the band in June is legendary rocker Steve Winwood. The two rock & roll hall of fame acts co-headlined a tour through Australia and New Zealand and obviously have a good rapport. Tickets go on sale Saturday, February 27.

The tour will get underway with two nights in Port Chester, New York before a performance at the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival. The tour will then continue through the south, northeast before taking a short break in May. The tour resumes in June with dates in the Midwest before heading due west through Red Rocks and at The Colosseum at Caesar’s Palace in Las Vegas. The band will then jump back to the south and northeast, concluding the 30-date tour in Colonial Heights, Virginia. A full list of tour dates is below.

Steely Dan was one of the definitive groups of the 70s. Songs like “Reelin in the Years,” “Rikki Don't Lose That Number,” “F.M.,” “Peg,” “Hey Nineteen,” “Deacon Blues,” and “Babylon Sisters” permeated the soundtrack of the 70s. Although the group took a hiatus in the 80s, they reunited in the 90s and have returned to their music dominance having won the Album of the Year Grammy for Two Against Nature among other Grammys in 2000.

Steve Winwood has one of the best voices in Rock & Roll and an amazing resume. Winwood began playing with the Spencer Davis Group when he was just 14 and went on to help found some of rocks greatest acts in Traffic and Blind Faith with Eric Clapton. He also has successful solo career with hits like “Back in the High Life Again” and “Higher Love.”

Steely Dan’s The Dan Who Knew Too Much 2016 Tour Dates

4/18 — Port Chester, N.Y.
4/19 — Port Chester, N.Y.
4/22 — New Orleans, La.
4/24 — Birmingham, Ala.
4/27 — Wallingford, Ct.
4/29 — Niagara Falls, N.Y.
4/30 — Atlantic City, N.J.
6/7 — Cincinnati, Ohio
6/8 — Detroit, Mich.
6/10 — New Buffalo, Mich.
6/11 — Chicago, Ill.
6/13 — Morrison, Colo.
6/14 — West Valley City, Utah
6/16 — Mountain View, Calif.
6/18 — Hollywood, Calif.
6/19 — Las Vegas, Nev.
6/22 — Dallas, Texas
6/23 — Kansas City, Mo.
6/25 — Little Rock, Ark.
6/26 — Atlanta, Ga.
6/29 — West Palm Beach, Fla.
6/30 — Tampa, Fla.
7/2 — Charlotte, N.C.
7/3 — Camden, N.J.
7/4 — Holmdel, N.J.
7/7 — Mansfield, Mass.
7/9 — Bethel, N.Y.
7/10 — Saratoga Springs, N.Y.
7/12 — Bristow, Va.
7/13 — Colonial Heights, Va.