Their 18-date North American trek will kick off on May 23 in Albany, New York, making stops along the way in St. Louis, Washington, DC and Louisville, KY.
The collection will also features live takes on many of his most loved songs. Bonus: no “standards!”
Where Stewart’s performances are all about his persona, Winwood seems more comfortable behind his keyboards or guitar.
Stewart, currently on a solo tour, called in to (Radio.com station) WZLX’s Carter Alan earlier today (December 2) and talked about two potential reunions.
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