The Dixie Dregs Announce Reunion, Tour

Courtesy: MSO PR

The Dixie Dregs are back.

Four decades after calling it quits, the original Dixie Dregs lineup of Steve Morse (guitar), Andy West (bass), Allen Sloan (violin), Steve Davidowski (keyboards) and Rod Morgenstein (drums) has reunited and will hit the road together in February for a nationwide tour. The announcement came Thursday.

The band’s “Dawn of The Dregs” tour currently consists of 25 dates and is expected to see more dates added over time. the tour is currently scheduled to launch Feb. 28 in Clearwater, Fla and run through April 25 in Dallas, TX with performances in Atlanta, Chicago, Phoenix and a number of other major American cities. Tickets are available now here.

West said in a recent interview that the band’s decision to reunite and tour together again came from requests by the band’s more seasoned fans and its newer audiences alike.

“This tour is the result of overwhelming requests we’ve received from a loyal audience of diehard “Dregheads,” and new fans who have never seen us perform live, but discovered the band for the first time through Steve’s membership in Deep Purple, or Rod as the drummer for Winger,” West said. “We can’t wait to play for them all.”

The Dixie Dregs’ upcoming “Dawn of the Dregs” current tour schedule is noted below.

Catch DIXIE DREGS on the road in the following cities with more to be announced:
DATE                         CITY                                       VENUE
Wed    2/28                Clearwater, FL                      Capitol Theatre
Thu     3/1                   Ponte Vedra Beach, FL      Ponte Vedra Concert Hall
Fri       3/2                   Augusta, GA                         Bell Auditorium
Sat      3/3                   Atlanta, GA                            Center Stage
Mon    3/5                   Charleston, SC                    Charleston Music Hall
Tue     3/6                   Durham, NC                         Carolina Theater
Wed    3/7                   Washington, DC                  Lincoln Theater
Thu     3/8                   Wilmington, DE                    The Grand Opera House
Fri       3/9                   Collingswood, NJ                Scottish Rite Auditorium
Sat      3/10                Newton, NJ                           Newton Theater
Wed    3/14                Ridgefield, CT                      Ridgefield Playhouse
Thu     3/15                Huntington, NY                    The Paramount
Fri       3/16                New York, NY                       Town Hall
Sat      3/17                Woodstock, NY                     Bearsville Theater
Mon    3/19                Boston, MA                           Wilbur Theater
Wed    3/21                Albany, NY                            The Egg
Thu     3/22                Pittsburgh, PA                      Carnegie Music Hall
Fri       3/23                Cleveland, OH                      Kent Stage
Sat      3/24                Chicago, IL                            The Vic Theater
Wed    4/11                Milwaukee, WI                      Pabst Theater
Sat      4/14                Boulder, CO                          Boulder Theatre
Fri       4/20                San Juan Capistrano, CA  The Coach House
Sat      4/21                Agoura Hills, CA                  The Canyon Club
Sun    4/22                Phoenix, AZ                          Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts
Wed    4/25                Dallas, TX                              House of Blues

More information on the band’s tour is available online now along with all of the band’s latest news at:



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