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The Dixie Dregs with Special Guests: Steve Morse Band


8:00 pm

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The Dixie Dregs traces its beginnings to an early progressive rock quintet named Dixie Grit, formed during guitarist Steve Morse and bassist Andy West’s high school days. They morphed into instrumental rock band the Dixie Dregs at the University of Miami School of Music, where Allen Sloan (violin) and Rod Morgenstein (drums) joined with Morse and West. The band later added Steve Davidowski (keyboards) and released their debut album, Free Fall, in 1977 on Capricorn Records. Over the course of 40 years, the Dixie Dregs have released 11 albums, along with a number of compilations and reissues, and garnered six Grammy nominations.

This year, an amended lineup returns with the “Anachronicity Tour 2024,” featuring original members Morse, West, Sloan and Morgenstein alongside Grammy winner Jordan Rudess (keyboards) of Dream Theater.


Reunited and performing together for the first time in more than a decade, the Steve Morse Band — featuring Morse, Dave LaRue and Van Romaine — returns with a live set including fan favorites from the band’s illustrious career. Morse is the leader of and songwriter for the Dixie Dregs, a member of the supergroup Flying Colors, and a former guitarist for Deep Purple, Kansas and other bands. Morse’s bandmates are bassist LaRue, also of Flying Colors, and percussionist Romaine, who has recorded and performed with Blood, Sweat & Tears, Billy Joel, Naughty by Nature and many more.

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