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08-28-2000Tour dates announced! Stolen Ogre hosts successful benefit, remembers Allen Woody

After a few months of silence from their end, Blues Traveler yesterday announced as-of-yet incomplete plans for a two-month fall tour, largely covering the south and east coasts. The tour begins as previously announced at Mobile, Alabama's Bayfest, and winds up in their hometown of New York at the famed Roseland Ballroom, site of many a memorable Blues Traveler show. While mostly shows at small clubs, [Portland, Maine's Asylum holds a mere 700] the tour also includes several larger, outdoor shows - aside from Bayfest, the band is also playing a Mercedes-Benz environmental benefit gig as well as another outdoors at the University of Alabama. Spots still appear to be open between October 7th and October 20th so stay tuned for updates as well as ticket information when they come out.

From the other end of the country, Stolen Ogre reports:

Saturdays benefit raised over $32,000 for the Northwest Burn Foundation. We appreciate the overwhelming support we received. The video and audio webcast has been archived on www.stolenogre.com

Shortly after our concert performance on Saturday, August 26th, Stolen Ogre was informed of the sudden passing of bassist Allen Woody. We would like to extend our prayers and condolences to Allen's family, Gov't Mule and music fans worldwide. We have not only lost an incredible musician but an incredible, warm fascinating man. Thank you Allen for all your love and music. You will live on in our hearts and minds forever...

This streaming event will be available on our website for about a month and is dedicated to the memory of Allen Woody and Bob Sheehan. This one's for you... We love you and stay in touch...

Scott Adams, Brendan Hill, Steve Manning, Michael McMorrow, David Simpson, Pamela Tobiason