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Joe Satriani Announces Tour, Comes To Seattle In October

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Joe Satriani (Robert Cianflone/Getty Images)

Joe Satriani (Robert Cianflone/Getty Images)

Guitar phenom Joe Satriani is coming back to the Pacific Northwest this fall as part of a 2013 North American tour.

The tour is to support of Unstoppable Momentum, the guitar player’s 14th studio release which came out this spring. Satriani’s touring band includes bassist Bryan Beller, drummer Marco Minnemann, and keyboardist Mike Keneally — who also played on the album.

Deep Purple guitarist Steve Morse is on board for as the opener for the initial string of U.S. dates, continuing through the October 3rd show in Portland, Maine. Living Colour will join the trek in Seattle, Washington on October 22nd, and open the final four shows.

Joe Satriani North American Tour Dates:

October 19 – Vancouver, British Columbia, at the Vogue Theater
October 21 – Spokane, Washington, at the Fox Theater
October 22 – Seattle, Washington, at the Paramount Theater
October 23 – Salem, Oregon, at the Elsinore Theater

August 29 – San Diego, California, at the Balboa Theatre
August 30 – Las Vegas, Nevada, at the Pearl Concert Theater at Palm Springs
August 31 – Los Angeles, California, at the Orpheum Theatre
September 1 – Scottsdale, Arizona, at the Talking Stick Resort Ballroom
September 2 – Albuquerque, New Mexico, at the Kiva Auditorium
September 4 – Denver, Colorado, at the Historic Paramount Theatre
September 5 – Midland, Texas, at the Wagner Noel Performing Arts Center
September 6 – Grand Prairie, Texas, at the Verizon Theatre at Grand Prairie
September 7 – Houston, Texas, at the House of Blues
September 8 – Austin, Texas, at the Austin City Limits – Moody Theater
September 10 – New Orleans, Louisiana, at the House of Blues
September 11 – Clearwater, Florida, at Ruth Eckerd Hall
September 12 – Fort Lauderdale, Florida, at the Parker Playhouse
September 13 – Orlando, Florida, at the Hard Rock Live
September 14 – Pensacola, Florida, at the Saenger Theater
September 15 – Atlanta, Georgia, at Symphony Hall
September 17 – Nashville, Tennessee, at the War Memorial Auditorium
September 18 – Chicago, Illinois, at the Chicago Theater
September 19 – Lakewood, Ohio, at the Lakewood Civic Auditorium
September 20 – Cincinnati, Ohio, at the Taft Theater
September 21 – Kalamazoo, Michigan, at Wings Stadium
September 22 – Mt. Clemens, Michigan, at the Macomb Music Theater
September 24 – Durham, North Carolina, at The Carolina Theater
September 25 – Washington, DC, at The Warner Theatre
September 26 – New York, New York, at the Beacon Theatre
September 27 – Boston, Massachusetts, at the Orpheum Theatre
September 28 – Upper Darby, Pennsylvania, at the Tower Theatre
September 29 – Munhall, Pennsylvania, at Carnegie Music Hall of Homestead
October 1 – Buffalo, New York, at the University of Buffalo Center for the Arts
October 2 – Albany, New York, at the Palace Theater
October 3 – Portland, Maine, at the State Theater
October 4 – Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada, at the Centre at Casino New Brunswick
October 5 – Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, at the Rebecca Cohn Auditorium
October 7 – Quebec City, Quebec, Canada, at the Capitole Theatre
October 8 – Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, at National Arts Centre
October 9 – Montreal, Quebec, Canada, at Theatre St. Denis
October 10 – Kitchener, Ontario, Canada, at the Centre in the Square
October 11 – Toronto, Ontario, Canada, at Massey Hall
October 14 – Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, at the Burton Cummings Theatre
October 15 – Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada, at the TCU Place
October 16 – Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, at the Northern Jubilee Auditorium
October 17 – Calgary, Alberta, Canada, at the Southern Jubilee Auditorium
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October 25 – Paso Robles, California, at the Vina Robles Amphitheater
October 26 – Oakland, California, at the Fox Theater

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