Founding Guess Who frontman Burton Cummings is preparing to wind down his 2013 tour schedule with a brief series of fall U.S. dates that will see him visit select East Coast cities next month. The four-show trek gets under way on November 11 in Alexandria, Virginia, and wraps up with a November 15 concert in Newton, New Jersey.
Cummings, the voice behind such classic songs as "American Woman," "No Time," "These Eyes" and "Undun," also will play a November 30 benefit concert in the Toronto suburb of Brampton. The 65-year-old rocker will perform along with fellow Canadian singer Jann Arden at the show, which will raise money for three local hospitals in the William Osler Health System.
In addition, Cummings has lined up his first two 2014 gigs and his first-ever solo headlining concerts in Las Vegas, a January 17-18 engagement at the Orleans Hotel & Casino.
In other news, Burton is planning to release the first in a series of documentary DVDs in November. RUFF, Vol. 1 will feature various concert performances and sound check footage, including some highlights from the 2000-2001 Guess Who reunion with guitarist/singer Randy Bachman and drummer Garry Peterson . A second volume of RUFF also is currently in the works.
Here are all of Cummings' upcoming tour dates :
11/11 -- Alexandria, VA, Birchmere
11/12 -- Annapolis, MD, Rams Head On Stage
11/14 -- Glenside, PA, Keswick Theatre
11/15 -- Newton, NJ, Newton Theatre
11/30 -- Brampton, Canada, The Rose Theater
1/17 -- Las Vegas, NV, The Orleans Hotel & Casino
1/18 -- Las Vegas, NV, The Orleans Hotel & Casino
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