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Wallflowers Reunion In The Works

05:22 PM Tuesday 11/1/11 |   |

Jakob Dylan says he plans to start off 2012 by teaming up with his Wallflowers bandmates.

Dylan recently told Rolling Stone The Wallflowers are set to start working on a new album in January. The band hasn’t released a studio album since the group’s fifth album, 2005’s Rebel, Sweetheart.

“I’ve got new songs and we’ve all been talking,” Dylan said. “We’ve been trying to carve that time out for a while.”

The singer/songwriter clarified that he never suggested that The Wallflowers were breaking up.

“We all felt we were losing the plot a little bit and we needed a break. And that year break becomes two years, then becomes three years, and before you know it five or six years go by pretty quickly. I can’t do what I do in the Wallflowers without them. I miss it.” 

  • Jakob Dylan

    Farm Aid, Livestrong Sporting Park, Kansas City, Kans.
    August 13, 2011

    (John Davisson)

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The Wallflowers last toured in summer 2009. Dylan toured on his own in 2010 in support of his second solo album, 2010’s Women + Country. Last weekend Dylan opened for Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers as part of two benefit shows for Los Angeles-based radio station KCSN-FM.

Los Angeles-based band Everest performed with Dylan at the benefit shows and will join him on a set of Midwest tour dates this month that begins with a Nov. 9 gig in Columbia, Mo., at The Blue Note.

Dylan and Everest will also play Newkirk, Okla. (Nov. 10); Concho, Okla. (Nov. 12); Kansas City, Mo. (Nov. 13); and Bloomington, Ill. (Nov. 14). On Nov. 11 Dylan will open for Willie Nelson in Thackerville, Okla., at Winstar World Casino.

Click here to read Jakob Dylan’s interview with Rolling Stone.  

Click here for Dylan’s website and here for The Wallflowers’ Facebook page.


Comments

  1. hoofhearted wrote:

    08:17 AM, Nov 02, 2011

    Wallflowers broke up?

  2. Southern Boy wrote:

    05:52 AM, Nov 02, 2011

    I enjoy his solo stuff much more than the Wallflowers music, but to each his own.

  3. gq12959 wrote:

    05:36 PM, Nov 01, 2011

    Who really cares.