The pedigree of hallowed ’60s trio Cream – Ginger Baker’s son Kofi Baker, Jack Bruce’s son Malcolm Bruce and Eric Clapton’s nephew Will Johns – return to the United States this spring for a new leg of The Music of Cream – 50th Anniversary World Tour. The outing celebrates the extraordinary music and legacy their family members created on the heels of the 50th anniversary since the original lineup’s farewell U.S. tour of 1968. Watch trailer below.
Kicking off March 22nd in Newton, NJ, the 23-date spring tour will travel throughout the east coast and south stopping in cities such as New York, Columbus, Nashville, Fort Lauderdale, Sarasota, New Orleans, Houston and Dallas before wrapping April 20th in San Antonio. See below for full list of tour dates. Tickets are on sale HERE.
The Music of Cream first launched in 2017 to rave reviews in Australia and New Zealand, and performed over 40 shows in 2018 across North America and the United Kingdom. Throughout the extensive multi-media show, Kofi Baker (drums), Malcolm Bruce (bass, vocals) and Will Johns (guitar, vocals) perform songs such as “Sunshine of Your Love,” “Crossroads,” “Spoonful” and “White Room” and tell personal stories, while footage of their fathers and mentors is shown on the big screen.
During their short lifespan, Cream was an explosive musical cocktail that provided the super-group blueprint for others to follow. The group’s third album, Wheels of Fire (1968), was the world’s first platinum-selling double album, and collectively they sold more than 15 million copies of their albums worldwide. Not surprisingly, Rolling Stone ranked the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame group (inducted in 1993) as 67th in their ‘100 Greatest Artists of All Time’ list.
THE MUSIC OF CREAM – 50TH ANNIVERSARY WORLD TOUR DATES
March 22 Newton, NJ @ Newton Theatre
March 23 Norwalk, CT @ Wall Street Theater
March 26 Old Saybrook, CT @ The Kate
March 28 Derry, NH @ Tupelo Music Hall
March 29 Tarrytown, NY @ Tarrytown Music Hall
March 30 New York, NY @ Sony Hall
March 31 Lancaster, PA @ American Music Theatre
April 2 Millville, NJ @ Levoy Theatre
April 3 Rochester, NY @ Hart Theatre
April 4 Columbus, OH @ Palace Theatre
April 5 Frankfort, KY @ Grand Theatre
April 6 Bowling Green, KY @ Southern Kentucky Performing Arts Center
April 7 Nashville, TN @ City Winery
April 9 Tallahassee, FL @ The Moon
April 11 Melbourne, FL @ Kings Centre for the Performing Arts
April 12 Fort Lauderdale, FL @ Parker Playhouse
April 13 West Palm Beach, FL @ Kravis Center – Dreyfoos Hall
April 14 Daytona Beach, FL @ Peabody Auditorium
April 15 Sarasota, FL @ Roskamp Auditorium
April 17 New Orleans, LA @ House of Blues
April 18 Houston, TX @ House of Blues
April 19 Dallas, TX @ House of Blues
April 20 San Antonio, TX @ Empire Theatre
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