The Wallflowers return to the road for summer trek
Despite having no new material to tout, The Wallflowers will head out on the road in June for a coast-to-coast headlining tour.
The Jakob Dylan-led band kicks off the run June 16 in Anaheim, CA. The 25-city outing will concentrate on nightclubs and small theaters, and will run through a Sept. 25 appearance at Stillwater, MN's Lumberjack Days festivities. The full schedule is below.
The band's most recent studio album is 2005's "Rebel, Sweetheart," which cracked the Top 40 on The Billboard 200 chart. The group, which typically takes its time between albums, has been mum on the subject of when fans might expect a follow-up record.
Dylan released his debut solo album, "Seeing Things," last summer. The mostly acoustic album was produced by legendary studio ace Rick Rubin, and was recorded at Rubin's home studio in the Hollywood Hills.
Prior to recording "Seeing Things," Dylan collaborated with Dhani Harrison (son of the late Beatles guitarist George Harrison) on a cover of the John Lennon song "Gimme Some Truth" for the Lennon tribute album "Instant Karma: The Amnesty International Campaign to Save Darfur."