Guster to Play Lost and Gone Forever in its Entirety this Fall
Guster will celebrate the tenth anniversary of its breakthrough album, _Lost and Gone Forever
_, with a series of special shows this fall. Instead of touring with openers, the group will offer a number two-set evening with shows, one of which will contain _Lost and Gone Forever
_ in its entirety. Produced by Steve Lillywhite, Lost and Gone Forever featured appearances by both Karl Denson on the single Fa Fa and Page McConnell on the falsetto-drenched All the Way Up to Heaven. According to an email from Guster, the band has not decided whether or not it will play the songs from _Lost and Gone Forever
_ in order or in ‘shuffle mode.’ The quartet also jokingly promises to have the same clothes, facial hair, and hair cuts we had ten years ago on this tour.
The band will revisit some venues of historical significance on its ten-date tour, including Burlington, VTs Higher Ground (the band kicked off its _Lost and Gone Forever
_ tour at the venues original location), Bostons Orpheum (where the group celebrated Halloween that fall) and New Yorks Beacon Theater (the city where the group traditionally played Thanksgiving Weekend in the 1990s and early 2000s). Guster’s complete schedule includes stops in Charlotte, NC (10/28), Washington DC (10/29-30), Boston (10/31),
Cincinnati (11/4), Cleveland (11/5), Rochester, NY (11/6), Burlington, VT (11/7) and New York (11/27).