John Scofield has confirmed his upcoming February tour dates, beginning with six nights at New York’s Blue Note Jazz Club.
The legendary jazz musician will perform alongside the Yankee Go Home Band, featuring Vincente Archer (string bass), Josh Dion (drums) and Jon Cowherd (keyboard) and cover Americana/Rock hits, jazz-infused folk songs as well as perform a few original tunes.
Following a stint in The Big Apple, Scofield and company will head to Pennsylvania to perform at the Ardmore Music Hall. Next, they’ll play at The Hamilton in Washington D.C. before traveling to Baltimore for two nights at the Keystone Korner.
Next, the band will perform two shows in Cincinnati and Newark, Ohio, before wrapping up their February tour at City Winery in Chicago, Ill. In April, the band will hit the road to play one show at Darryl’s House in Pawling, N.Y.
Tickets are on sale now and can be purchased here.
Feb. 1-6 – The Blue Note – New York, N.Y.
Feb. 9 – Ardmore Music Hall – Ardmore, Pa.
Feb. 10 – The Hamilton – Washington D.C.
Feb. 11-12 – Keystone Korner – Baltimore, Md.
Feb. 18 – The Ludlow Garage – Cincinnati, Ohio
Feb. 19 – Thirty One West – Newark, Ohio
Feb. 20 – The City Winery – Chicago, Ill.
April 26 – Darryl’s House – Pawling, N.Y.