August 17, 2009 20:19

ZZ Top announce dates to replace Aerosmith cancellations

Bearded band expand their own headlining stint

ZZ Top announce dates to replace Aerosmith cancellations
ZZ Top have announced their own tour of the US after the cancellation of their joint tour with Aerosmith.

The dates were put on ice after Aerosmith frontman Steve Tyler suffered a fall from the stage in Sturgis, SD earlier this month. It was subsequently announced that the tour was cancelled entirely.

ZZ Top had already planned a few shows without Aerosmith, and the dates listed below include those.

Meanwhile, the band are currently working on a new album with legendary producer Rick Rubin.

The dates announced so far are:

Redding, CA Redding Convention Center (August 18)
Anaheim, CA House of Blues (20)
Los Angeles, CA House of Blues (21)
Rancho Mirage, CA Agua Caliente Casino (22)
Chicago, IL House of Blues (September 4)
Sault St. Marie, MI Kewadin Casino (6, 7)
Washington, DC 9:30 Club (13, 14)
Boston, MA Orpheum Theatre (15)
Salamanca, NY Seneca Allegany Casino (17)
New York, NY Beacon Theatre (18)
Atlantic City, NH House of Blues (19)
Reading, PA Sovereign Performing Arts Center (20)


--By our New York staff.
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