New run of US summer shows added to Todd Rundgren’s tour with Daryl Hall

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Todd Rundgren and Daryl Hall have three shows left on their current series of joint U.S. tour dates, but a new six-date summer leg has now been added to the trek.

The newly announced concerts, which will mostly take place in the Southeast, run from a July 31 performance in Hollywood, Florida, through an August 11 gig in North Charleston, South Carolina. The other shows are scheduled for August 3 in St. Petersburg, Florida; August 5 in Roanoke, Virginia; August 7 in Mason, Ohio; and August 9 in Durham, North Carolina.

Tickets for the concerts go on sale to the general public this Friday, May 20, at 10 a.m. local time via

Rundgren’s current run of shows with Hall — their second of 2022 — winds down with performances this Wednesday in Denver; Friday in Tulsa, Oklahoma; and Sunday in Austin, Texas. The first run of concerts kicked off on April 1, the same day that Hall released his first solo compilation, BeforeAfter.

BeforeAfter is a 30-track collection that features selections from all five of Hall’s solo studio albums, as well as eight performances from his acclaimed TV/web series Live from Daryl’s House. Among the Live from Daryl’s House performances is a duet between Hall and Rundgren on Rundgren’s 1978 hit ballad “Can We Still Be Friends.”

Meanwhile, Rundgren’s 2022 tour schedule also includes a new series of dates on the “It Was Fifty Years Ago Today” Beatles tribute trek — also featuring Badfinger‘s Joey Molland, ex-Wings member Denny Laine, Christopher Cross and former Chicago singer/bassist Jason Scheff — running from May 24 to June 26, as well as his own his own headlining trek, The Unpredictable Tour, which is plotted out from June 30 to July 30.

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