Last month, Prince said that with this tour he hopes "to bring back music and live musicianship." Prince tour dates: 3/27: Reno, NV, Lawlor Events Center3/29: Los Angeles, Staples Center3/30: Bakersfield, CA, Centennial Gardens3/31: Phoenix, Glendale Arena4/2: Dallas, American Airlines Center4/6: Oklahoma City, Ford Center4/7: Omaha, NE, Qwest Center4/8: Ames, IA, Hilton Coliseum4/10: Champaign, IL, Assembly Hall4/12: Indianapolis, Conseco Fieldhouse4/13: Cincinnati, U.
S Bank Arena4/14: Pittsburgh, Mellon Arena4/16: Columbus, OH, Value City Arena/Schottenstein Center4/17: Cleveland, Gund Arena4/18: State College, PA, Bryce Jordan Center4/21: Columbia, SC, Colonial Center4/22: Knoxville, TN, Thompson-Boling Arena4/23: Raleigh, NC, RBC Center4/25: Ft.
In between her many concert tours around the globe, she still manages to join Dutch female supergroup the Ladies of Soul for their annual sold-out concerts at the massive Amsterdam Ziggo Dome, is a headline performer on Jazz Cruises in the USA and Europe, is an ambassador for the Dutch ALS Foundation, and is working on her autobiograpy scheduled for release in Fall 2017.
Whether she and her band play the biggest festival stages around the world, or an intimate jazz club around the corner in Amsterdam, her fans know that her concert is always the hottest ticket in town.
She started her own band, “Funky Stuff” when she was only 14, but turned down record deals for years.
Candy has been fortunate to work - both in the studio and on stage - with some of the biggest names in music, including Van Morrison, Maceo Parker, Sheila E., Mavis Staples, Lionel Richie, Beyoncé, Pink Floyd, Chaka Khan, Aretha Franklin, and many others.Lauderdale, FL, Office Depot Center4/26: Tampa, FL, St. Candy Dilfer will empower the Metro Club by Grand Casino Basel with her powerful and energy-loaded saxophone play.Last month, Prince announced the first round of dates for his Musicology Tour, and this week, he added another twenty-five dates to the North American itinerary.The shows will find him reunited with the New Power Generation, which now includes legendary saxophonist Maceo Parker, John Blackwell (drums), Greg Boyer (trombone), Candy Dulfer (saxophone), Chance Howard (trumpet), Renato Neto (keys), Rad (vocals and keys) and Rhonda Smith (bass).All of these add up to a truly inspired and energized date that gloriously brings Dulfer back to the hard hitting, emotionally compelling magic she achieved on her second album, 1993's Sax-A-Go-Go.