Join Eric Alper, host of @ThatEricAlper on SiriusXM’s Canada Talks channel, and his special co-host Hersh Forman for this interview with Todd Rundgren as he reveals how he feels about the Rock and Roll Hall Of Fame, his creative process, and how the whole Toddstock happened.
The wizard, the true star himself, Todd Rundgren will be embarking on the world’s first hybrid concert/book tour this spring, highlighting both his hits as well as “deep tracks” spanning his 50-year career.
The North American leg of the tour starts in Atlanta, GA and hits major markets before wrapping in San Francisco, CA. The North American dates will be preceded by dates in Europe/UK and followed by dates in Japan. It all starts in April in Germany, and ends in late-May in Japan.
Rundgren’s long-awaited autobiography, The Individualist: digressions, dreams and dissertations, is being released on December 21, documenting his life through his 50th birthday. The concert set list will mirror that time period, consisting of song selections from the inception of his musical career through 1996, with intros & stories behind the songs and Todd’s impressive career.
Todd Rundgren 2019 Tour Dates
April 1 Theater am Mareintor Duisburg, Germany
April 2 Laeiszhalle Hamburg, Germany
April 3 Paradiso Amsterdam, Netherlands
April 6 Eventim Apollo London, UK
April 10 Buckhead Theatre Atlanta, GA
April 11 Buckhead Theatre Atlanta, GA
April 13 State Theatre Washington, DC
April 14 State Theatre Washington, DC
April 16 Town Hall New York, NY
April 17 Town Hall New York, NY
April 19 Berklee Performance Center Boston, MA
April 20 Berklee Performance Center Boston, MA
April 23 Athenaeum Theatre Chicago, IL
April 24 Athenaeum Theatre Chicago, IL
April 27 Danforth Music Hall Toronto, ON
April 28 Danforth Music Hall Toronto, ON
May 01 Fillmore Philadelphia, PA
May 02 Fillmore Philadelphia, PA
May 05 Ohio Theatre at Playhouse Square Cleveland, OH
May 06 Ohio Theatre at Playhouse Square Cleveland, OH
May 09 The Wiltern Los Angeles, CA
May 10 The Wiltern Los Angeles, CA
May 12 Palace of Fine Arts San Francisco, CA
May 13 Palace of Fine Arts San Francisco, CA
May 22 Sumida Triphony Hall Tokyo, Japan
May 23 NHK Hall Osaka, Japan