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Late last year, guitar greats John McLaughlin and Jimmy Herring announced plans to perform together for a “Meeting Of The Spirits” tour. Scheduled for November and December 2017, the tour dates have now officially been confirmed by the two legends.McLaughlin has said that this will be his farewell tour through the U.S., and that he will be performing music from his work with the Mahavishnu Orchestra. Herring will also be performing, with his new band The Invisible Whip. That band also has a spring tour schedule planned, and you can read all about them here. The two musicians will perform sets on their own, then come together for a collaborative and improvisational encore performance.The new tour dates span from November 1st through December 9th, starting in Buffalo and ending in Los Angeles. You can see the full tour schedule below!John McLaughlin & Jimmy Herring “Meeting Of The Spirits” Tour11/1/17 Buffalo, NY, University at Buffalo Center for the Arts11/2/17 Albany, NY, The Egg11/3/17 New York, NY, Town Hall11/4/17 Port Chester, NY, Capitol Theatre11/5/17 Cranston, RI, Park Theatre/Rhode Island Center for the Performing Arts11/8/17 Boston, MA, The Wilbur Theatre11/9/17 Philadelphia, PA, Keswick Theatre11/10/17 Newark, NJ, Prudential Hall,New Jersey Performance Art Centre11/11/17 Washington DC, Lincoln Theatre11/12/17 Durham, NC, Duke Performances at DPAC11/15/17 Ann Arbor, MI11/17/17 Chicago, IL, Vic Theatre11/19/17 Indianapolis, IN, Clowes Memorial-Hall-Butler University11/21/17 Nashville, TN, Schermerhorn Symphony Center-Laura Turner Concert Hall11/22/17 Atlanta, GA, Atlanta Symphony Hall11/24/17 Jacksonville, FL, Florida Theatre11/25/17 Clearwater, FL, Ruth Eckerd Hall11/27/17 New Orleans, LA, The Joy Theater11/30/17 Austin, TX, Paramount Theatre12/5/17 Seattle, WA, Moore Theatre12/6/17 Portland, OR, Revolution Hall12/8/17 San Francisco, CA, The Warfield12/9/17 Los Angeles, CA, Royce Hall-UCLA[Photo credit Ina McLaughlin]