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Steely Dan at The Brady Theater
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Steely Dan at The Brady Theater

Steely Dan at The Brady Theater

Steely Dan at The Brady Theater

STEELY DAN

Jul 23rd

The Brady Theater

8PM
    
On Sale FRI 4/25 10AM

Available at Reasor’s & Starship, by phone at 866-977-6849 online HERE and www.bradytheater.com

STEELY DAN ANNOUNCES NORTH AMERICAN SUMMER TOUR
INCLUDES BRADY THEATER TULSA TO KICK OFF BRADY THEATER’S 100 YEAR ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION

Rock and Roll Hall of Famers Walter Becker and Donald Fagen have announced that Steely Dan will hit the road again in 2014, taking their “Jamalot Ever After” Tour across the U.S. and Canada.  Opening at the Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall in Portland, Oregon on July 2, the tour is set to make stops in 47 cities before concluding at Baltimore, Maryland’s Pier Six Pavilion on September 17.

Tickets for the show in San Diego, CA at Humphreys Concerts by the Bay on July 13 and for Oklahoma City, OK on July 21 at the Chesapeake Energy Arena are on sale now. Fans should check local listings and www.steelydan.com for updated tour and additional ticketing information. Ticket purchase links for the tour can be found below. 
At “Jamalot Ever After,” concertgoers can expect an evening of the same high-level of musical excellence which, on recent tours, garnered raves from fans and critics alike:
"Everyone gathered Friday evening was a believer — and they were treated to something close to rapture." -The Los Angeles Times
“(Steely Dan is) a latter-day jazz big band tweaking a cherished repertory… freed from studio permanence, reveling in the road.” – The New York Times

“The songs are the thing, and what songs they are (Steely Dan) dipped into pretty much every facet of their vast and rich repertoire, serving up an 18-tune set distinguished by its muscularity, finesse and chopsmanship.” - The Globe & Mail

"This was different. This was live. This was vibrant. This was a cascade of color carried along by Fagen, Becker, eight brilliant supporting musicians and three superb backing vocalists."  - The Chicago Sun-Times Onstage, Donald and Walter will be joined by those same eight “brilliant” supporting musicians: Keith Carlock on drums, Freddie Washington on bass, Jim Beard on keyboards, Jon Herington on guitar, Michael Leonhart on trumpet and keys, Jim Pugh on trombone, Roger Rosenberg on baritone saxophone and Walt Weiskopf on saxophone, along with three “superb,” soulful songbirds: La Tanya Hall, Carolyn Leonhart-Escoffery and Cindy Mizelle. Together, they will treat audiences to selections from The Dan's extraordinary four-decade catalog, rich with infectious tunes, bodacious harmonies, irresistible grooves, and sleek, subversive lyrics, punctuated by blazing solo work and rich ensembles.

“Jamalot Ever After” Tour Dates:
 
Wednesday, July 2     Portland, OR    Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall    www.ticketmaster.com      
Thursday, July 3     Bend, OR    Les Schwab Amphitheatre    www.ticketfly.com      
Saturday, July 5     Redmond, WA    Marymoor Amphitheatre    www.axs.com      
Sunday, July 6     Redmond, WA    Marymoor Amphitheatre    www.axs.com      
Tuesday, July 8     Saratoga, CA    The Mountain Winery    www.axs.com      
Wednesday, July 9     Saratoga, CA    The Mountain Winery    www.axs.com      
Thursday, July 10     Concord, CA    Concord Pavilion    www.ticketmaster.com      
Saturday, July 12     Los Angeles, CA    The Forum    www.ticketmaster.com      
Sunday, July 13     San Diego, CA    Humphreys Concerts by the Bay    www.ticketmaster.com      
Tuesday, July 15     Phoenix, AZ    Comerica Theatre    www.ticketmaster.com      
Wednesday, July 16     Albuquerque, NM    Route 66 Casino Legends Theater    www.holdmyticket.com      
Friday, July 18     Thackerville, OK    Global Event Center at WinStar World Casino and Resort    www.ticketmaster.com      
Saturday, July 19     Kansas City, MO    Starlight Theatre    www.kcstarlight.com      
Monday, July 21     Oklahoma City, OK    Chesapeake Energy Arena    www.ticketmaster.com      
Wednesday, July 23     Tulsa, OK    Brady Theater    www.bradytheater.com      
Thursday, July 24     Rogers, AR    Walmart AMP    www.amptickets.com      
Saturday, July 26     New Orleans, LA    UNO Lakefront Arena    www.ticketmaster.com      
Sunday, July 27     Birmingham, AL    Birmingham Jefferson Convention Center    www.ticketmaster.com      
Tuesday, July 29     Columbia, SC    Township Auditorium    www.ticketmaster.com      
Thursday, July 31     Asheville, NC    Biltmore Estate    www.biltmore.com      
Friday, August 1     Nashville, TN    Ryman Auditorium    www.ticketmaster.com      
Saturday, August 2     Nashville, TN    Ryman Auditorium    www.ticketmaster.com      
Monday, August 4     Greensboro, NC    War Memorial Auditorium    www.ticketmaster.com      
Wednesday, August 6     Bethlehem, PA    Musikfest    tix.artsquest.org/        
Friday, August 8     Niagara Falls, NY    Seneca Niagara Events Center    www.ticketmaster.com      
Saturday, August 9     Erie, PA    City Fest    www.erieevents.com      
Monday, August 11     Pittsburgh, PA    Benedum Center    www.trustarts.org      
Tuesday, August 12     Cincinnati, OH    Taft Theatre    www.ticketmaster.com      
Wednesday, August 13     Columbus, OH    Palace Theatre    www.ticketmaster.com      
Friday, August 15     Springfield, IL    Illinois State Fair    www.ticketmaster.com      
Saturday, August 16     Madison, WI    Overture Hall    www.overturecenter.com      
Sunday, August 17     Hammond, IN    Horseshoe Casino    www.ticketmaster.com      
Tuesday, August 19    Appleton, WI    Fox Cities PAC    www.ticketmaster.com      
Wednesday, August 20     Interlochen, MI    Kresge Auditorium    www.tickets.interlochen.org      
Friday, August 22     Windsor, ON    Colosseum at Caesars Windsor    www.ticketmaster.com      
Saturday, August 23     Toronto, ON    Sony Centre for Performing Arts    www.ticketmaster.com      
Sunday, August 24     Toronto, ON    Sony Centre for Performing Arts    www.ticketmaster.com      
Tuesday, August 26     Ottawa, ON    National Arts Centre    www.ticketmaster.com      
Wednesday, August 27     Montreal, QC    Théâtre St-Denis    www.ticketpro.com      
Friday, August 29     Bangor, ME    Darling’s Waterfront Pavilion    www.ticketmaster.com      
Saturday, August 30     Gilford, NH    Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion at Meadowbrook    www.meadowbrook.net      
Sunday, August 31     Saratoga Springs, NY    Saratoga Performing Arts Center    www.ticketmaster.com      
Wednesday, September 3     Red Bank, NJ    Count Basie Theatre    www.countbasietheatre.org      
Thursday, September 4     Red Bank, NJ    Count Basie Theatre    www.countbasietheatre.org      
Saturday, September 6     Boston, MA    Blue Hills Bank Pavilion    www.ticketmaster.com      
Sunday, September 7     Providence, RI    Providence Performing Arts Center    www.ppacri.org      
Tuesday, September 9     Morristown, NJ    Mayo Performing Arts Center    online.mayoarts.org      
Wednesday, September 10     Morristown, NJ    Mayo Performing Arts Center    online.mayoarts.org      
Friday, September 12     Atlantic City, NJ    Caesars Atlantic City    www.ticketmaster.com      
Saturday, September 13     Huntington, NY    Paramount Theatre    www.ticketmaster.com      
Sunday, September 14     Huntington, NY    Paramount Theatre    www.ticketmaster.com      
Tuesday, September 16     Wallingford, CT    Toyota Oakdale Theatre    www.ticketmaster.com      
Wednesday, September 17    Baltimore, MD    Pier Six Pavilion    www.ticketfly.com/      

Steely Dan has sold more than 40 million albums worldwide and helped define the soundtrack of the '70s with hits such as “Reelin’ in the Years,” “Rikki Don't Lose That Number,” “F.M.,” “Peg,” “Hey Nineteen,” “Deacon Blues,” and “Babylon Sisters,” culled from their seven platinum albums issued between 1972 and 1980 (including 1977's groundbreaking Aja). They reunited in the early '90s, launching a string of sold-out tours. In 2000 they released multi-Grammy winner (including “Album Of The Year”) Two Against Nature, and released its acclaimed follow-up Everything Must Go in 2003. They were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2001.
Visit www.steelydan.com and https://www.facebook.com/SteelyDan for updated tour news and information.

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