Keanu Reeves’ Dogstar Announces 2024 Tour for First New Album in 20 Years

Keanu Reeves’ Dogstar Announces 2024 Tour for First New Album in 20 Years

Keanu Reeves and his band Dogstar are hitting the road again.

Following the group’s first performance in 20 years last summer, Dogstar announced Tuesday that the members will embark on a summer 2024 tour across North America.

“We can’t wait to see everyone! Thank you all for all the love and support,” drummer Rob Mailhouse commented under the band’s Instagram post. “We can feel it every time we take the stage. ❤️”

Dogstar is currently on tour in Europe, visiting 28 cities, starting at the Indiana State Fair in August. 8. Their final show will be at Ohana Fest in Dana Point, California on September 27th.

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Last October, Dogstar, comprised of Reeves, Mailhouse and guitarist/vocalist Brett Domrose, released their first album in 20 years, a 12-track record titled Somewhere Between the Power Lines and Palm Trees. It was released on her own label, Dillon Street Records, and featured her single “Everything Turns Around.”

The John Wick star, who plays bass for the alternative rock band, founded the band in 1991 with Mailhouse and the group’s original guitarist and lead singer Greg Miller.

Before ending a 20-year hiatus with a performance at the BottleRock Napa Valley music festival in Northern California last May, Reeves told Billboard that working with Dogstar was “something I’ve always missed.”

“I missed playing together, I missed writing together, I missed doing shows together,” he said. “We came to a spot where we weren’t playing anymore, and I missed it … Once we started to play, and it felt good, and really positive and creative, that’s when it was like, ‘OK, let’s make this happen.'”

“I think all three of us just said, ‘Well, if we’re going to do this, let’s make a record,`” Reeves said. Domrose added, “We just knew that there was ‘X’ amount of time, and we needed to make the most of it. We just locked on as wanting to make this record, and it happened pretty quickly.”

At the Napa Valley Festival, the band played songs from their previous albums, 1996’s Our Little Visionary and 2000’s Happy Ending, as well as a few songs from the unreleased Somewhere Between the Power Lines and Palm Trees.

Three months later, Dogstar toured 24 cities in North America and Japan as part of their Somewhere Between the Power Lines and Palm Trees tour.

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