Steely Dan announce ‘Absolutely Normal Tour’
Donald Fagen’s Steely Dan will be launching a huge 29-date tour across America beginning later in 2021. His Absolutely Normal Tour kicks off October 25th in Baltimore and extends into 2022 visiting cities like Philadelphia, Morristown, Boston, Syracuse, Richmond, Charlotte, Miami Beach, Orlando and North Charleston. Also in 2022, the singer will be joining forces with Steve Winwood again for their Earth After Hours Tour making additional stops in Los Angeles, Phoenix, Austin, Atlanta, Cincinnati, Wantagh and Holmdel.
Steely Dan spent the early part of 2019 hosting another Las Vegas residency at the Venetian Theater after joining forces with The Doobie Brothers the prior year during a massive co-headlining tour. Prior to co-founder Walter Becker’s death in 2017, the group embarked on their Rockabye Gollie Angel Tour in 2015 with special guests Elvis Costello and the Imposters. Becker and Fagen were both inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame back in 2001 and have sold more than 40 million albums worldwide.
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About Steely Dan Tour Albums
Steely Dan arrived on the Pop / Rock scene with the appearance of the album ‘Greatest Hits’ released on October 17, 1990. The track ‘Do It Again’ quickly became a success and made Steely Dan one of the newest emerging performers at that moment. Since then, Steely Dan published the extremely beloved album ‘Can’t Buy A Thrill’ which is comprised of some of the most famous work from the Steely Dan catalog. ‘Can’t Buy A Thrill’ features the song ‘Do It Again’ which has made itself the most recognized for fans to see during the gigs. In addition to ‘Do It Again’, many of other songs from ‘Can’t Buy A Thrill’ have also become requested as a result. Some of Steely Dan’s most beloved tour albums and songs are displayed below. After 26 years since the release of ‘Greatest Hits’ and having a true impact in the business, followers still flock to hear Steely Dan on stage to perform hits from the full collection.