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More shows have been added to the Brother Cane tour schedule for 2022. The band will appear at the Monsters On The Mountain Festival in Gatlinburg, and there are several dates in their home state of Alabama. More shows and information will be coming soon.

8/18 – Fort Wayne, IN at Piere’s
8/21 – Gatlinburg, TN at Monsters On The Mountain Festival
9/04 – Sylacauga, AL at Cedar Creek Jam
10/6 – Huntsville, AL at Sidetracks Music Hall
10/7 – Montgomery, AL at MPAC Performing Arts Center
10/8 – Destin, FL at Lucille’s Music Hall


Brother Cane is an American rock band originally from Birmingham, Alabama. Formed by singer/guitarist Damon Johnson and bassist Glenn Maxey in 1991, the group released three studio albums, several charting singles including three number 1’s and five top 10 hits.

The band found immediate success with the release of its self-titled debut album which delivered three singles: “Got No Shame”, “That Don’t Satisfy Me”, and “Hard Act To Follow”. “Got No Shame” reached #1 on the Mainstream Rock charts and garnered the band U.S. tours with Aerosmith, Robert Plant, and Lynyrd Skynyrd.

Brother Cane’s next album, Seeds, yielded another #1 track: the haunting and swampy “And Fools Shine On”. This hit led to a lengthy and successful tour in support of the mighty Van Halen. Their third and final album, Wishpool, brought the band their third #1 song, “I Lie In The Bed I Make”. After major personnel changes at the band’s label (Virgin Records) as well as a major shift in style at rock and alt radio formats, the band laid down their instruments and called it a day in 2000.

In 2021, Johnson was asked to fill in for the legendary guitarist and founding member of Lynyrd Skynyrd, Gary Rossington (a position Johnson still holds today). While touring with Skynyrd, Johnson was pleasantly surprised at how many fans not only remembered Brother Cane, but shared their stories on how much the band and those songs meant to them. Inspired by these discussions, a meeting with original BC bassist Glenn Maxey quickly launched Brother Cane 2022 into motion.

In addition to plans to head back into the studio with longtime collaborator/producer Marti Frederiksen, Brother Cane will be performing select dates in 2022 and are planning for a new release and full tour in 2023.

4 thoughts on “Brother Cane Tour Dates 2022

  1. Really wish you’d make a trip to NH or New England somewhere!!! I’ve been a Brother Cane fan for a very long time! Actually thinking of flying to Alabama for the Huntsville show.

  2. Hi, Damon! I sent a message a couple days ago, but it’s disappeared. Anyway, I wanted to know if you guys will be performing in Tallahassee because I’d love to come see you. Also, have you thought about performing on the Rock Legends Cruise (I think you performed with Thin Lizzy one year on the cruise)? That would be awesome!

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