The legendary Jeff Lynne is back on tour in 2019 with Electric Light Orchestra. The band will tour USA for 2 months this year.
See the tour dates below:
- 06/20/2019 ANAHEIM, CA HONDA CENTER
- 06/22/2019 SACRAMENTO, CA GOLDEN 1 CENTER
- 06/24/2019 SAN JOSE, CA SAP CENTER
- 06/26/2019 VANCOUVER, BC ROGERS ARENA
- 06/28/2019 TACOMA, WA TACOMA DOME
- 06/29/2019 PORTLAND, OR MODA CENTER
- 07/03/2019 NASHVILLE, TN BRIDGESTONE ARENA
- 07/05/2019 ATLANTA, GA STATE FARM ARENA
- 07/07/2019 TAMPA, FL AMALIE ARENA
- 07/09/2019 SUNRISE, FL BB&T CENTER
- 07/11/2019 WASHINGTON, DC CAPITAL ONE ARENA
- 07/13/2019 PHILADELPHIA, PA WELLS FARGO CENTER
- 07/16/2019 NEWARK, NJ PRUDENTIAL CENTER
- 07/18/2019 TORONTO, ON SCOTIABANK ARENA
- 07/20/2019 DETROIT, MI LITTLE CAESARS ARENA
- 07/23/2019 GRAND RAPIDS, MI VAN ANDEL ARENA
- 07/25/2019 ST. PAUL, MN XCEL ENERGY CENTER
- 07/27/2019 CHICAGO, IL UNITED CENTER
- 07/30/2019 COLUMBUS, OH NATIONWIDE ARENA
- 08/01/2019 PITTSBURGH, PA PPG PAINTS ARENA
The Electric Light Orchestra (ELO) are an English rock band formed in Birmingham in 1970, by songwriters/multi-instrumentalists Jeff Lynne and Roy Wood with drummer Bev Bevan. Their music is characterised by a fusion of Beatlesque pop, classical arrangements, and futuristic iconography.
After Wood’s departure in 1972, Lynne became the band’s leader, arranging and producing every album while writing virtually all of their original material. For their initial tenure, Lynne, Bevan and keyboardist Richard Tandy were the group’s only consistent members.
ELO was formed out of Lynne’s and Wood’s desire to create modern rock and pop songs with classical overtones. It derived as an offshoot of Wood’s previous band, the Move, of which Lynne and Bevan were also members. During the 1970s and 1980s, ELO released a string of top 10 albums and singles, including two LPs that reached the top of British charts: the disco-inspired Discovery (1979) and the science-fiction-themed concept album Time (1981).
In 1986, Lynne lost interest in the band and ceased its operation. Bevan responded by forming his own band, ELO Part II, which later became the Orchestra. With the exception of a short-lived reunion in 2000–01, ELO remained largely inactive until the 2010s. In 2014, Lynne re-formed the band again with Tandy as Jeff Lynne’s ELO, where he resumed concert touring and new recordings under the moniker.
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