He also teased fans with talk of revealing music from his legendary “vault” of unreleased recordings to counter the numerous demo versions of older material floating around on the web.
The new dates will extend the band’s ongoing tour in support of its’ most recent release, ‘The Devil Put Dinosaurs Here,’ which dropped last May.
The Bee Gees celebrated their 50th anniversary four years ago, and Barry Gibb is continuing the celebration by hitting the road this spring.
While a majority of the North American shows will take place in Canada, the dates on this continent start and end right here in the United States, with Sabbath set to perform at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center on March 31, then hit Los Angeles’ Hollywood Bowl on April 26.
Eighteen dates are set to be announced tomorrow for the tour, which is simply called “Paul Simon & Sting: On Stage Together,” with more to be announced soon.
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