The Music Of Cream - 50th Anniversary Tour To Hit North America This Fall
Kofi Baker & Malcolm Bruce (Roger Brooks)

The Music Of Cream – 50th Anniversary Tour To Hit North America This Fall

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OTTAWA, Ontario (CelebrityAccess) — After a successful first run on the Pacific Rim last year, the Cream ‘revival’ band consisting of Ginger Baker’s son Kofi Baker, Jack Bruce’s son Malcolm Bruce, and Eric Clapton’s nephew Will Johns, have announced plans for a tour of North America.

The eight-week Music Of Cream – 50th Anniversary world tour kicks off on September 28 in Ottawa, with stops planned for 34 cities across North America over the fall. Scheduled markets include Montreal, Quebec City, Portland, New London, Englewood, Huntington, Philadelphia, Albany, Harrisburg, Baltimore, Pittsburgh, Cleveland, Indianapolis, Des Moines, Milwaukee, Madison, and Louisville, among many others, before wrapping November 16 in Cincinnati.

“We had such an amazing response to our first tour in Australia and New Zealand that we’ve spent some considerable time adding to the show,” Malcolm Bruce opined. “Now, we not only have this amazing legacy of music to play, but an opportunity to share some wonderful insights and stories with our audience…a backstage pass like no other, if you will.”

“We also have a few surprises in store that we know people are going to really respond to, so we can’t wait to be on the road again playing these shows across North America this fall,” Kofi Baker added.

Originally formed in 1966 and only around for a few years before parting ways in 1969, the original Cream was one of the most influential bands of the 1960s. Mixing a heady brew of re-imagined traditional blues, with a more modern take on the genre, the group released four albums and scored hits with tracks such as “Crossroads”, “Born under a bad sign”, “Sunshine of your Love”, and “I feel free”.

The full list of announced dates

Fri – 9/28 – Ottawa, ON – Centrepoint Theatre
Sat – 9/29 – Montreal, QC – Corona Theatre
Sun – 9/30 – Quebec City, QC – Imperial Bell
Tue – 10/2 – South Burlington, VT – Higher Ground
Thu – 10/4 – Ridgefield, CT – Ridgefield Playhouse
Fri – 10/5 – Woonsocket, RI – Stadium Theatre
Sat – 10/6 – New Bedford, MA – Zeiterion Theatre
Sun – 10/7 – Portland, ME – State Theatre
Tue – 10/9 – Northampton, MA – Calvin Theatre
Thu – 10/11 – Lynn, MA – Lynn Memorial Auditorium
Fri – 10/12 – New London, CT – Garde Arts Center
Sat – 10/13 – Concord, NH – Capitol Centre for the Arts-Chubb Theatre
Sun – 10/14 – Jim Thorpe, PA – Penn’s Peak
Tue – 10/16 – Englewood, NJ – Bergen Performing Arts Center
Wed – 10/17 – Huntington, NY – The Paramount
Thu – 10/18 – Glenside, PA – Keswick Theatre
Fri – 10/19 – Waterloo, NY – The Vine at del Lago Casino
Sun – 10/21 – Albany, NY – Hart Theatre Empire State Plaza PAC “The Egg”
Tue – 10/23 – Red Bank, NJ – Count Basie Theatre
Wed – 10/24 – Harrisburg, PA – Stage @ Club XL
Thu – 10/25 – Baltimore, MD – Rams Head Live
Fri – 10/26 – Greensburg, PA – Palace Theatre
Thu – 11/1 – Cleveland, OH – Playhouse Square – StateTheatre
Fri – 11/2 – Newark, OH – Midland Theatre
Sat – 11/3 – Indianapolis, IN – The Vogue
Wed – 11/7 – Des Moines, IA – Des Moines Performing Arts Center
Thu – 11/8 – St. Charles, IL – Arcada Theatre
Fri – 11/9 – Milwaukee, WI – Pabst Theater
Sat – 11/10 – Cedar Rapids, IA – Paramount Theatre
Sun – 11/11 – St. Paul, MN – Fitzgerald Theatre
Tue – 11/13 – Wausau, WI – Grand Theater
Wed – 11/14 – Madison, WI – Orpheum Theater
Thu – 11/15 – Louisville, KY – Brown Theatre
Fri – 11/16 – Cincinnati, OH – Bogarts

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