Van Morrison is heading back to the States for a string of shows this fall in support of his latest album, Latest Record Project: Volume 1. Morrison kicks off the fall run on September 25th in Greenwood Village, Colorado at Fiddler’s Green Amphitheatre and winds things down on October 5th at San Diego’s Cal Coast Credit Union Open Air Theatre.
A second six-show leg begins early in the New Year on February 12th, 2022 at Hollywood, Florida’s Hard Rock before closing over three nights — February 18th, 19th, 20th — at Las Vegas’ Coliseum at Caesar’s Palace.
Van Morrison was asked if albums are still relevant to him in the age of digital downloads and streaming: [“They’re still relevant to me, because I’m not a download artist. Download is a very small percentage of what the people want (from) my product. It’s a very small percentage, so, it’s mainly CD’s and some vinyl. I just kind of go back. . . I just listen to the stuff that got me into it in the first place, y’know, the jazz, some blues. There’s nothing new, no.”] SOUNDCUE (:20 OC: . . . nothing new no)
JUST ANNOUNCED: Van Morrison North American tour dates (subject to change):
September 25 – Greenwood Village, CO – Fiddler’s Green Amphitheatre
September 28 – Napa, CA – Oxbow RiverStage
September 30 – Berkeley, CA -The Greek Theatre at UC Berkeley
October 2 – Los Angeles, CA – Hollywood Bowl
October 3 – Santa Barbara, CA – Santa Barbara Bowl
October 5 – San Diego, CA – Cal Coast Credit Union Open Air Theatre
February 12, 2022 – Hollywood, FL – Hard Rock
February 14 , 15, 2022 – Clearwater, FL – Ruth Eckerd Hall
February 18, 19, 20, 2022 – Las Vegas, NV – The Coliseum at Caesar’s Palace
SOURCE: Press release
- Van Morrison is heading back to the States for a string of shows this fall and Winter in support of his latest album, Latest Record Project: Volume 1.
DID YOU KNOW???
- One of the guitarists featured on Van Morrison‘s 1967 classic “Brown Eyed Girl” was none other than the late session ace Hugh McCracken, who aside from his legendary work with Billy Joel, Steely Dan, Paul Simon, Aretha Franklin, James Taylor, and more — played lead guitar on Paul McCartney‘s 1971 Ram, and John Lennon‘s final album, 1980’s Double Fantasy.