Jorma Kaukonen Announces Fall Solo Tour Dates

August 16, 2012
imgJorma Kaukonen has been and continues to be an inventive player from his timeless music as member of the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame band, Jefferson Airplane days, through out Hot Tuna, and his own dynamic solo career. He will be performing intimate solo concerts: 
Sept. 01  Dark Star Jubilee, Legend Valley, Thornville, OH
Sept. 12  Bearsville Theater, Woodstock, NY
Sept. 13  Stage One, Fairfield, CT
Sept. 14  The Colonial Theatre, Phoenixville, PA w/Loudon Wainwright III
Sept. 15  The Stephen Talkhouse, Amagansett, NY

Oct. 04  The Birchmere, Alexandria, VA
Oct. 05  Rams Head On Stage, Annapolis, MD w/Peter Mulvey
Oct. 06 Kirk Avenue Music Hall, Roanoke, VA
Oct. 07 Natasha's Bistro & Bar, Lexington, KY
Oct.  11 Infinity Hall, Norfolk, CT
Oct. 12 Earlville Opera House, Earlville, NY
Oct. 13 Narrows Center for the Arts, Fall River, MA
Oct. 14 YMCA Boulton Center for the Performing Arts, Bay Shore, NY
Oct. 18 Brewery Arts Center, Carson City, NV
Oct. 19 Napa Valley Opera House, Napa, CA
Oct. 20 Swedish American Hall at Cafe Du Nord, San Francisco, CA
Oct.  21 The Big Room at The Sierra Nevada, Chico, CA

Nov. 01  Dakota Jazz Club Restaurant, Minneapolis, MN
Nov. 02  The Redstone Room, Davenport, IA
Nov. 03  Stoughton Opera House, Stoughton, WI
Nov. 04  Old Rock House, St. Louis, MO
Nov. 15  Bell's Eccentric Cafe Back Room, Kalamazoo, MI w/Steve Kimock
Nov. 16  City Winery, Chicago, IL w/Steve Kimock
Nov. 17  City Winery, Chicago, IL w/Steve Kimock
Nov. 18  20th Century Theatre, Cincinnati, OH w/Steve Kimock
All shows include Barry Mitterhoff on a variety of instruments. Barry Mitterhoff is a mandolinist who cannot be pigeonholed. He performs a dazzling array of styles that include bluegrass, classical, swing and jazz, and a variety of ethnic styles such as Brazilian, Neapolitan songs, Klezmer, and more. Perfect for accompanying whatever songs Jorma pulls out of his hat. 
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