Bryan Ferry, Roxy Music lead vocalist and songwriter, has announced he’ll be visiting several East Coast and Midwest cities on tour. Ferry’s been on the move, making stops on the West Coast and most recently performed at Coachella. The British singer, songwriter, and musician, became known in the 1970s when he formed Roxy Music with Graham Simpson. The group went on to capture the hearts of fan and was extremely successful with hits such as “Virginia Plain” and “Jealous Guy” topping charts in the UK. As of 1973, however, Ferry also kicked off a solo career, which has produced fan favorites like “Slave to Love” and “Let’s Stick Together.”
Starting this fall, Ferry will visit the Midwest in Chicago at the Chicago Theatre and in Wisconsin at Milwaukee’s Riverside Theatre. Canadian fans, be sure to catch Ferry at his shows in Toronto on September 25 and in Montreal at the St. Denis Theatre on September 26. Early October will find Ferry finishing up his short tour on the East Coast. His stops will include a show on October 1 at the Beacon Theatre in New York, an appearance the next day in Boston at the Orpheum Theatre on October 2. The final show announced will be in Upper Darby, PA on October 4.