Tyler goes Out on a Limb
Wednesday, May 4, 2016
– Aerosmith singer Steven Tyler will go the country route on his first solo tour, Out on a Limb.
Tyler will do 19 shows this summer backed by his Nashville-based band Loving Mary. Tyler's solo debut is slated to come out this summer on Dot Records, a Big Machine subsidiary. He already has released singles "Love Is Your Name," which reached 19 on Billboard's country charts, and "Red, White & You."
During the show, Tyler will mix songs with his musical journey. "Steven Tyler...Out on a Limb" premiered at Lincoln Center's David Geffen Hall as a benefit for Tyler's philanthropic initiative, Janie's Fund, on May 2.
July 2 Las Vegas Venetian Theater
July 5 Los Angeles Dolby Theatre
July 8 Seattle Marion Oliver McCaw Hall
July 10 Vancouver, Canada Orpheum Theatre
July 14 San Francisco The Masonic
July 20 Phoenix Comerica Theatre
July 23 Denver Ellie Caulkins Opera House
July 26 Austin Bass Concert Hall
July 29 Houston Revention Music Center
Aug. 1 Dallas Music Hall at Fair Park
Aug. 13 Chicago Chicago Theatre
Aug. 17 Nashville TBD
Aug. 23 Washington, DC Warner Theatre
Aug. 29 Clearwater, FL Ruth Eckerd Hall
Sept. 1 Atlanta Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre
Sept. 4 Boston Citi Performing Arts Center Wang Theatre
Sept. 7 Philadelphia, Academy of Music
Sept. 10 Providence, RI Providence Performing Arts Center
Sept. 13 Toronto, Canada Sony Centre for the Performing Arts
Tickets go on sale May 14.
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