The Alan Parsons Project has been a mainstay on the progressive rock scene for the past 44 years, and it’s still going strong and attracting new fans.
Between breaks here-or-there, The Alan Parsons Project has continued to bring its spectacular live shows to the masses, and currently, the band is on the road again and will be on tour until early February. The band may not be playing in big arenas as they were in their prime, but, their shows still sell out, and their sound is in just as much demand as ever.
For younger readers who may not have heard of the band, The Alan Parsons Project is the creation of Alan Parson, who teamed up with Eric Woolfson to form the prog rock band in 1975. Between 1975 and 1985, the band was racking up hit-after-hit, including their biggest and most well-known hit, “Eye In the Sky,” which went to number three on the Billboard Hot 100 in the fall of 1982.
Before the ‘80s drew to a close, the hits slowed, and in 1990, the band decided to drop the curtain for a bit in 1990. Woolfson sadly passed away in 2009, but Parsons continued to soldier on, releasing a new album in 2014. The Project hasn’t released new material since, but they continue to tour, bringing back memories of the good-old-days.
Here’s the complete tour itinerary and ticket information, and keep in mind that all dates and venues are subject to change.
Nov. 10 -- Milwaukee, WI -- Pabst Theater
Nov. 11 -- Akron, OH -- Akron Civic Theatre
Nov. 13 -- Pittsburgh, PA -- Carnegie Music Hall of Homestead
Nov. 14 -- Bethlehem, PA -- The Sands Event Center
Nov. 15 -- Glenside, PA -- Keswick Theatre (Tickets)
Nov. 16 -- Medford, MA -- Chevalier Theater
Nov. 18 -- Annapolis, MD -- Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts
Nov. 19 -- Huntington, NY -- The Paramount
Feb. 10 -- Miami, FL -- On the Blue Cruise 2019
Feb. 16 -- Melbourne, FL -- King Center for the Performing Arts (Tickets)
Feb. 17 -- Orlando, FL -- The Plaza Live (Tickets)
Feb. 18 -- Ft. Lauderdale, FL -- Parker Playhouse (Tickets)