Todd Rundgren tour 2021
Todd Rundgren Tour 2021: Todd Rundgren reschedules ‘The Individualist’ tour Canceled: Veteran songwriter Todd Rundgren has announced the rescheduled dates for The Individualist, A True Star tour now taking place in early 2021. The 27-date outing kicks off January 15th in Los Angeles and runs into March visiting major markets like San Francisco, Chicago, New York, Silver Spring, Philadelphia and Atlanta. During the tour, the singer will be celebrating his notorious 1973 album ‘A Wizard, A True Star’ while performing a full side of the album each night.
Rundgren’s fourth studio album ‘A Wizard, A True Star’ remains one of the longest single-disc LPs in history with over 56 minutes of seamless runtime. His latest album ‘White Knight’ was released on May 12th, 2017 and features guest appearances by Daryl Hall, Donald Fagen, Joe Walsh and Joe Satriani among many others. The following year, the singer released his memoir The Individualist: Digressions, Dreams and Dissertations and launched a massive reunion tour with mid-’70s members of Utopia including Kasim Sulton, Willie Wilcox and Ralph Shuckett.
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About Todd Rundgren Tour Albums
Todd Rundgren arrived on the Pop / Rock scene with the appearance of the album ‘Something / Anything? (disc 1)’ published on November 30, 1988. The song ‘I Saw The Light’ immediately became a hit and made Todd Rundgren one of the most popular talents at that moment. After that, Todd Rundgren released the extremely famous album ‘Something/Anything?’ which features some of the most famous tracks from the Todd Rundgren discography. ‘Something/Anything?’ hosts the single ‘I Saw The Light’ which has proven to be the most sought-after for followers to enjoy during the gigs. Apart from ‘I Saw The Light’, most of other tracks from ‘Something/Anything?’ have also become requested as a result. A handful of Todd Rundgren’s most beloved tour albums and songs are found below. After 28 years since the release of ‘Something / Anything? (disc 1)’ and having a true effect in the industry, followers consistently unite to see Todd Rundgren appear live to play tracks from the full catalog.