James is excited to announce that his 12-date cross Canada tour has been rescheduled to 2022, now with special guest Jackson Browne stepping in for Bonnie Raitt, who is unable to come along next year due to her prior touring commitments. Please see the Schedule page for the full list of dates and links to purchase tickets.
Message from James
Last year was a time of great disruption and general upheaval for all of us. My plans for a coast-to-coast concert tour of Canada with my dear friend, Bonnie Raitt, were seriously sidetracked. Our rescheduled dates for this September were likewise denied. But we’ve been determined to follow through; to make the tour happen and, come hell or high water, we’re setting our sights on this coming Spring of ’22. The one wrinkle is that Bonnie will be unable to join us for the newly rescheduled dates. Happily, Jackson Browne and I have been touring together this Summer and Fall and he has agreed to come to Canada with me. We’ve been delighted with the response from our audiences on this current tour of the States and I’m hoping that those of you who have been holding onto tickets for the Canadian concerts will be pleased with the surprise change in the bill. Of course some of you may have had your hearts set on seeing Bonnie and would like to receive a refund due to the change. This we will cheerfully and expeditiously accommodate.* But I dare say that the rest of you will not be disappointed. See you all this Spring.
*Does not apply to tickets purchased from third party or aftermarket sellers.
Previously purchased tickets will be honored for all of the rescheduled dates. If you purchased tickets from JamesTaylor.com or an official ticketing site (see tour chart below) and cannot make the new date, or prefer a refund, you should receive an email today with your refund options. If you do not receive an email or purchased elsewhere, please contact your point of purchase.
If you still have questions, please contact James’s team here.
CNN Films has announced the commission of a brand new concert documentary, “CAROLE KING & JAMES TAYLOR: Just Call Out My Name“, following James and his longtime friend Carole King on their 2010 Troubadour Reunion tour!
“CAROLE KING & JAMES TAYLOR: Just Call Out My Name” was directed by Frank Marshall, and produced by Marshall and Aly Parker for The Kennedy / Marshall Company. CNN will premiere the film before it becomes available to stream on HBOMax in 2022.
Stay tuned for more news on “CAROLE KING & JAMES TAYLOR: Just Call Out My Name” over the next few months!
Photo: James O’Mara
James and Jackson Browne have announced that proceeds from their October 16 concert in New Orleans will benefit South Louisiana’s Second Harvest Food Bank to support those affected by the devastation of Hurricane Ida. Second Harvest helps feed people year-round across South Louisiana and has been delivering food, water, and supplies to the areas hardest-hit by Hurricane Ida.
For more details about Second Harvest Food Bank of Greater New Orleans & Acadiana, please visit No-Hunger.org. To see all of James and Jackson’s upcoming dates, see the Schedule page.
Photo: Marty Conley, Charleston, WV
On November 12, Joni Mitchell will release Archives Vol 2: The Reprise Years (1968-1971), a collection of demos, outtakes and live recordings. The set includes Joni’s October 29, 1970 show at the Paris Theatre in London featuring James on guitar and vocals. Click now to hear the first official release from that show — James and Joni duetting on JT’s “You Can Close Your Eyes”, which he’d written a few months earlier and then appeared on his 1971 album Mud Slide Slim and The Blue Horizon.
For more details and to pre-order Archives Vol 2: The Reprise Years (1968-1971), please visit JoniMitchell.com.
James and Jackson’s US tour will begin again next Saturday, October 16 in New Orleans, the first of 28 shows this fall!
Please check with your local venue for specific COVID-19 entry requirements, and please also double-check your concert start time. Security lines have been long at most venues so a reminder to leave yourself extra time for entry!
This week James is sharing another vintage performance from the 1970 BBC program ‘Disco 2’. Click now to see restored footage of James singing his classic “Something In The Way She Moves”, originally found on his 1968 self-titled debut album.