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Todd Rundgren, the Monkees’ Mickey Dolenz and more unite supergroup to tour The Beatles’ ‘White Album’

WEST HOLLYWOOD, CA – MARCH 14: Musician Todd Rundgren performs at a press conference to announce an upcomming tour and performance by “The New Cars” at the House of Blues on March 14, 2006 in West Hollywood, California. (Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images)

It’s the 51st anniversary of The Beatles‘ “Abbey Road” and some notable music figures are celebrating!  Todd Rundgren, the MonkeesMickey Dolenz, Badfinger’s Joey MollandChristopher Cross and Jason Scheff of Chicago are teaming up for the “It Was Fifty Years Ago Today — A Tribute to the Beatles’ White Album” Tour.  Neither of those aforementioned numbers are wrong, this year marks the 51st anniversary and the title highlights “Fifty Years.”

The Classic Hits Supergroup will perform hits from the hits from The White Album which include, “Back in the U.S.S.R.,” “Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da,” and “While My Guitar Gently Weeps.”

The “It Was Fifty Years Ago Today — A Tribute to the Beatles’ White Album” Tour will be stopping by in Chicago land next month.

The White Album tour dates:

September 21st – Atlantic City, NJ at the Golden Nugget
September 28th – Akron, OH at the Akron Civic Theatre
September 29th – Danville, KY at the Norton Center
October 1st – St. Charles, IL at the Arcada Theater
October 2nd – Milwaukee, WI -at the Pabst Theater
October 5th – Beverly, MA at the Cabot Theater
October 6th – Concord, NH at the Capitol Center For The Arts
October 7th – Orono, ME at the Collins Center For The Arts
October 08th – Ridgefield, CT at theRidgefield Playhouse
October 10th – Staten Island, NY at the St. George Theater
October 11th – Boston, MA at the Berklee PAC
October 12th – Westbury, NY at the Theatre at the Westbury
October 13th – Morristown, NJ at the Mayo PAC
October 15th – Glenside, PA at the Keswick Theatre
October 17th – Red Bank, NJ at the Count Basie Theater
October 18th – New London, CT at the Garde Arts Center
October 20th – Washington, DC at the Warner Theatre