Country blues rockers are teaming up and taking high voltage to the cities of North America with an aim to extend their last year's successful trek.
In response to overwhelming fan demand, Steve Miller Band and Peter Frampton will continue their collective touring, which had started in 2017 with Mountain Jam Tour. Moreover, 2018 will be the 50th anniversary of their friendship and joint touring. As a matter of fact, legendary rock veterans Steve Miller and Peter Frampton had evoked their careers in 1966, and during all this time had made a valuable contribution to the music industry. Steve Miller Band are mainly best known today for such compositions, as 'Jungle Love', 'The Joker', 'Swingtown', 'Take The Money and Run' and more. It's worth mentioning that Steve Miller was initiated into The Rock and Roll Hall Of Fame in 2016.
In the account of Peter Frampton are sixteen studio albums, the latest of which is 'Acoustic Classics' issued on 26 February 2016. His critically praised 2006' Fingerprints was awarded the 2007 Grammy Award for Best Pop Instrumental Album.
The Steve Miller Band’ and Peter Frampton’s North American tour extension will start June 12 in Evansville, IN at The Ford Center, and will last through Aug. 25-26, where it will end in the city of Woodinville, WA at the Chateau Ste. Michelle. On the run of tour dates will be also such cities as Chicago, Clarkston, Burgettstown, Baltimore, New York, Watertown, Lenox, Hollywood, San Antonio, Los Angeles, and more. Tickets will be available on sale on February 16. The full list of cities and dates can be found below.