James Taylor and Carole King announce US Troubadour Reunion tour

Songwriting duo hit the road together from May 7

James Taylor and Carole King announce US Troubadour Reunion tour
James Taylor and Carole King have announced a slew of new US dates for their Troubadour Reunion tour.

The duo, who first performed together at Los Angeles venue The Troubadour in 1970, have said they will perform two-sets-in-one during the shows, which kick off in the US in Portland, Oregon on May 7. Prior to that they will perform together in Australia, Japan and New Zealand.

King's performance with Taylor at The Troubadour in November 1970 heralded the start of her solo career, coming shortly before the release of her breakthrough album 'Tapestry'.

See Jamestaylor.com or Caroleking.com for more information and the full tour date listings.

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