LOS ANGELES, CA (April 14, 2014) – Rock and Roll Hall of Famers Walter Becker and Donald Fagen will bring Steely Dan to the road 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 for 53 56 shows before concluding at Baltimore, Maryland’s Pier Six Pavilion on September 17. Some shows are on sale now.

The full schedule of dates and their ticket links is at steelydan.com, which is also the site for updated tour news and additional information as they become available. Pre-sales will run in most markets through American Express.
Concertgoers to “Jamalot Ever After” can expect 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 are joined once again by their now-legendary 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. The band wouldn’t be complete without the three sublime, soulful songbirds: La Tanya Hall, Carolyn Leonhart-Escoffery and Cindy Mizelle. [band member bios and websites are here]. 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 — all punctuated with blazing solo work and rich ensembles.

The full schedule , pre-sale dates, general on-sale dates, and ticket links are at steelydan.com, which is also the site for up-to-the minute news and information. All events are also posted on Steely Dan’s Facebook page.

Add June 25: The Bobby Broom Organi-Sation will open most dates.

There will be no opening set on:
Jul 18 – Thackerville OK
Aug 8 – Niagara Falls NY
Aug 17 – Hammond IN
Aug 22 – Windsor ON
Aug 31 – Saratoga Springs NY

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 ground breaking “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 & Roll Hall of Fame in 2001.

Visit steelydan.com and Steely Dan on Facebook for updated tour news and information.


Schedule is subject to change.

Jul 02 Portland, OR Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall
Jul 03 Bend, OR Les Schwab Amphitheatre
Jul 05 Redmond, WA Marymoor Amphitheatre
Jul 06 Redmond, WA Marymoor Amphitheatre
Jul 08 Saratoga, CA The Mountain Winery
Jul 09 Saratoga, CA The Mountain Winery
Jul 10 Concord, CA Concord Pavilion
Jul 12 Los Angeles, CA The Forum
Jul 13 San Diego CA Humphrey’s
Jul 15 Phoenix, AZ Comerica Theatre
Jul 16 Albuquerque, NM Route 66 Casino
Jul 18 Thackerville, OK Winstar Casino
Jul 19 Kansas City, MO Starlight Theatre
Jul 21 Oklahoma City, OK Chesapeake Energy Arena
Jul 23 Tulsa, OK Brady Theater
Jul 24 Rogers, AR The Wal-Mart Amphitheater
Jul 26 New Orleans, LA UNO Lakefront Arena
Jul 27 Birmingham, AL Birmingham Jefferson CC
Jul 29 Columbia, SC Township Auditorium
Jul 31 Asheville, NC Biltmore Estate
Aug 01 Nashville, TN Ryman Auditorium
Aug 02 Nashville, TN Ryman Auditorium
Aug 04 Greensboro, NC War Memorial Auditorium
Aug 06 Bethlehem, PA Musikfest
Aug 08 Niagara Falls, NY Seneca Events Center
Aug 09 Erie, PA City Fest
Aug 11 Pittsburgh, PA Benedum Center
Aug 12 Cincinnati, OH Taft Theater
Aug 13 Columbus, OH Palace Theatre
Aug 15 Springfield, IL Illinois State Fair
Aug 16 Madison WI Overture Hall
Aug 17 Hammond, IN Horseshoe Casino
Aug 19 Appleton, WI Fox Cities PAC
Aug 20 Interlochen, MI Kresge Auditorium
Aug 22 Windsor, ON Colosseum at Caesars
Aug 23 Toronto, ON Sony Centre for PA
Aug 24 Toronto, ON Sony Centre for PA
Aug 26 Ottawa, ON National Arts Centre
Aug 27 Montreal, QC St. Denis Theater
Aug 29 Bangor, ME Waterfront
Aug 30 Gilford, NH Meadowbrook
Aug 31 Saratoga Springs, NY Saratoga PAC
Sep 03 Red Bank, NJ Count Basie Theatre
Sep 04 Red Bank, NJ Count Basie Theatre
Sep 06 Boston, MA Bank of America Pavilion
Sep 07 Providence, RI Providence PAC
Sep 09 Morristown, NJ Mayo PAC
Sep 10 Morristown, NJ Mayo PAC
Sep 12 Atlantic City, NJ Caesars
Sep 13 Huntington, NY Paramount Theater
Sep 14 Huntington, NY Paramount Theater
Sep 16 Wallingford, CT Oakdale Theater
Sep 17 Baltimore, MD Pier Six Pavillion

Sep 19 Port Chester, NY The Capitol Theatre
Sep 20 Port Chester, NY The Capitol Theatre
Sep 21 Port Chester, NY The Capitol Theatre