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Paul Simon's tour (very soon!)

Whereas we were talking yesterday about his new song, ‘The Afterlife’, Paul Simon has just announced a North American tour this coming spring. The tour will start in Seattle on April 15th and will end in Boston on June 1st.

Simon will be joined by a band consisting of many musicians who have been performing with him since the Graceland days (Cameroonian guitarist Vincent Nguini, drummer Jim Oblon, pianist Mick Rossi, saxophonist/keyboardist Andrew Snitzer, bassist Bakithi Kumalo, guitarist Mark Stewart, master percussionist Jamey Haddad and multi-instrumentalist Tony Cedras), and we can expect, of course, many new songs from  ‘So Beautiful or so What’.

There are two dates in LA, and two in NYC, although I am not a fan of the LA venue,… The Pantages? Isn’t it a theater for Broadway-type shows? I am used to earn my way to the front with sweat and elbow pressure, but it is not the model here, I’m afraid… and Pechanga? Is he really starting to play the casinos like Tony Bennett?

Here are the dates for the full tour, and the tickets will be on sale as soon as March 11th, 12th and 13th!

April 2011
15 – Seattle, WA – WAMU Theater
20, 21 – Los Angeles, CA – Pantages Theatre
23 – Temecula, CA – Pechanga Resort & Casino Theatre
25 – San Francisco, CA – Davies Symphony Hall
26 – Oakland, CA – Fox Theatre

May 2011
2 – Minneapolis, MN – Minneapolis Convention Center Auditorium
6 – Toronto, Ontario – Massey Hall
10, 11 – New York, NY – The Beacon Theatre
17 – Chicago, IL – Chicago Theatre
19 – Nashville, TN – Ryman Auditorium
22 – Gulf Shores, AL – Hangout Festival
25 – Washington, DC – DAR Constitution Hall
28 – Atlantic City, NJ – The Borgata
29 – Mashantucket, CT – MGM Grand Theatre @ Foxwoods

June 2011
1 – Boston, MA – Wang Theatre

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