Carys Anderson August 16, 2022 | 9:37am ET

    Todd Rundgren, King Crimson’s Adrian Belew, and several other musicians are taking David Bowie’s music on the road for the 2022 “Celebrating David Bowie” tour. The 30-date trek kicks off in October.

    The follow-up to 2017’s inaugural “Celebrating David Bowie” tour this iteration also features Fishbone’s Angelo Moore, Spacehog’s Royston Langdon and Jeffrey Gaines, bassist Angeline Saris, drummer Michael Urbano, saxophonist Ron Dziubla, and guitarist Angelo Bundini (otherwise known as Scrote). Together, the musicians will perform cuts from the late artist’s illustrious catalog in cities like Anaheim, Atlanta, Nashville, and Denver. The tour begins October 6th in San Diego and wraps up on November 13th in Phoenix.

    You can grab tickets to the upcoming shows via Ticketmaster.

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    Langdon spoke highly of Bowie in a statement, gushing, “David Bowie was a master. It’s impossible to put into words quite how much he taught me. It gives me a huge thrill to get to honour Mr. B. & to be a small part of this immense celebration of his life & work with these world-class musicians and everyone who, like me, feels his energy alive and vital around me [sic] now just as it was then & forever shall be.”


    Bundini, who organized the first Bowie tribute tour and is producing this outing alongside Miles Copeland, said the upcoming run would highlight the intricacies of the artist’s music.

    “One of the things we’re doing differently on this tour is featuring a three-guitar attack,” Bundini told Rolling Stone. “David has always been famous for his spectacular guitarists – the epic solos of Mick Ronson, the bluesy feel of Earl Slick, the funkiness of Carlos Alomar and Nile Rodgers, the bombast of Reeves Gabrels, and the otherworldly guitar of Adrian Belew, who is still one of the most original guitarists working today. To explore all of these guitar sides of Bowie’s songs, we’re highlighting Adrian’s brilliance, Todd’s guitar wizardry, and whatever guitar mayhem I can muster in between.”

    Later this year, Brett Morgen will share his Moonage Daydream documentary on the artist.

    Celebrating David Bowie 2022 Tour Dates:
    10/06 — San Diego, CA @ Balboa Theatre
    10/07 — Beverly Hills, CA @ Saban Theatre
    10/08 — San Jose, CA @ San Jose Civic
    10/09 — Anaheim, CA @ City National Grove
    10/13 — Prior Lake, MN @ Mystic Lake Showroom
    10/14 — Chicago, IL @ Copernicus Center
    10/15 — Akron, OH @ Goodyear Theater & Hall
    10/17 — Quebec City, QC @ Le Capitole
    10/18 — Montreal, QC @ Olympia
    10/20 — Beverly, MA @ Cabot Theater
    10/21 — New Haven, CT @ College Street Music Hall
    10/22 — Lancaster, PA @ American Music Theater
    10/23 — Tarrytown, PA @ Tarrytown Music Hall
    10/24 — New York, NY @ Sony Hall
    10/25 — New York, NY @ Sony Hall
    10/27 — Rahway, NJ @ Union County Performing Arts Center
    10/28 — Jim Thorpe, PA @ Penn’s Peak
    10/29 — Atlantic City, NJ @ Harrah’s Resort
    10/30 — Glendale, PA @ Keswick Theatre
    10/31 — Annapolis, MD @ Rams Head On Stage
    11/01 — Annapolis, MD @ Rams Head On Stage
    11/03 — Atlanta, GA @ The Eastern
    11/04 — Cincinnati, OH @ Taft Theatre
    11/05 — Buffalo, NY @ Town Ballroom
    11/07 — Nashville, TN @ Schermerhorn Symphony Center
    11/09 — Wichita, KS @ Orpheum Theatre
    11/10 — Denver, CO @ Paramount Theatre
    11/11 — Albuquerque, NM @ Kiva Auditorium
    11/12 — Tucson, AZ @ TCC Music Hall
    11/13 — Phoenix, AZ @ Celebrity Theatre


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