Many tours are still scheduled to come to amphitheaters such as the PNC Bank Arts Center in Holmdel and the BB&T Pavilion in Camden in the summer of 2021. But in a first, one already has been moved to 2022.
Steely Dan and Steve Winwood, who had been scheduled to play amphitheaters from May to July of this year (after the dates were moved from 2020 because of the pandemic) in a tour titled Earth After Hours, have moved the shows again, to May to July of 2022.
Tickets to the original concerts will be honored.
Steely Dan — with their groundbreaking 1970s albums — and Winwood (primarily via his work with the band Traffic in the ’60s and ’70s) are two of the artists most successful at introducing a jazz element into rock ‘n’ roll.
Here is a clip of Steely Dan performing their song “Pretzel Logic” with Winwood in 2019:
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