The legendary band Foghat is back on tour in 2019! The band starts the tour on the Rock Legends Cruise in February.
See the tour dates below:
- Thu, Feb 14 – Mon, Feb 18 Rock Legends CruiseFort Lauderdale
- Fri, Mar 8 Sycuan CasinoEl Cajon
- Fri, Mar 15 Arcada TheaterSt. Charles, IL
- Sat, Mar 30 Blue Water CasinoParker, AZ
- Sat, Apr 20 Frankenmuth Credit Union Event CenterBirch Run, MI
- Fri, Apr 26 TBA OH
- Sat, Apr 27 TBA FL
- Sat, May 18 Penn’s Peak with Savoy Brown and Earl & the Agitators! Jim Thorpe, PA
- Fri, Jun 14 TBA ID
- Fri, Jun 21 TBA SD
- Wed, Jul 3 TBA NH
- Thu, Jul 4 TBA CT
- Sat, Jul 6 TBA TN
- Sat, Jul 13 Buck Hill Concert Series Burnsville, MN
- Sat, Jul 27 TBA TX
- Sat, Aug 24 Golden Age Rock Festival Liege, Belgium
- Sat, Sep 21 TBA CA
- Fri, Nov 29 TBA NV
Foghat is an English rock band formed in London in 1971. The band is known for the use of electric slide guitar in their music. The band has achieved eight gold records, one platinum and one double platinum record, and despite several line-up changes, continue to record and perform.
The band initially featured Dave Peverett (“Lonesome Dave”) on guitar and vocals, Tony Stevens on bass and Roger Earl on drums, after all three musicians left Savoy Brown in 1971. Rod Price, on guitar/slide guitar, joined after he left Black Cat Bones in December 1970. The new line-up was named “Foghat” (a nonsense word from a childhood Scrabble game played by Peverett and his brother) in January 1971.
Their debut album, Foghat (1972), was produced by Dave Edmunds and featured a cover of Willie Dixon’s “I Just Want to Make Love to You”, which received considerable airplay, especially on FM stations. The album also included a remake of Savoy Brown’s bluesy ode to the road “Leavin’ Again (Again!)”, and “Sarah Lee”, a classic blues burner featuring Price’s slide guitar solo. The band’s second self-titled album was also known as Rock and Roll for its cover photo of a rock and a bread roll, and it went gold. Energized (1974) came out, followed by Rock and Roll Outlaws (1974) and Fool for the City (1975).
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