Is Hot Tuna still touring?

Hot Tuna, a Classic Rock act, is currently on tour….Hot Tuna At-a-Glance.

Genres Classic Rock, Jamband, Rock
Last Date The Egg, Albany, NY Dec 1, 2021

Where is Jorma Kaukonen playing?

This fall, Kaukonen plays New Hope Winery in New Hope, Pennsylvania, on Oct. 2 and 3, and will open for the Tedeschi Trucks Band at the Beacon Theatre in New York City on Oct. 6. Kaukonen and bassist Jack Casady are then back on tour as the electrified Hot Tuna for dates with the David Grisman Trio including Nov.

What was hot Tunas biggest hit?

“Hesitation Blues,” is one of Hot Tuna’s most popular songs. The song was released on their debut album in 1970. The beauty of how these two brilliant musicians combined blues, country and bluegrass into a sound of their own is on full display in this great track.

Where is Hot Tuna Boat from?

BORN AND RAISED in the fishing community of Broad Channel, New York, T.J. was introduced to the commercial fishing trade by his father, Tim Sr. T.J. was 12 years old when he caught his first bluefin, and he’s been hooked ever since, taking over the Hot Tuna from his father when he was just 19 years old.

Where does the name Jorma come from?

Jorma is a Finnish male given name. It was very popular in Finland in the 1940s and 1950s. It is a Finnish version of the name Jeremiah. The name day is June 26.

When did Hot Tuna break up?

Upon leaving Starship in 1985, Kantner said, he spent most of his time writing songs and recording an album with Balin and Casady. Casady and Kaukonen subsequently resurrected Hot Tuna, which had broken up in 1977, and the two began touring the country, once again as an acoustic blues duo.

Who played in Hot Tuna?

Jack Casady
Hot Tuna is an American blues rock band formed in 1969 by former Jefferson Airplane members Jorma Kaukonen (guitarist/vocals) and Jack Casady (bassist).

Who owns Hot Tuna?

Brett Kassir is the force behind Hot Tuna and Shorebreak Pizza & Taphouse, a stone’s throw from each other on Shore Drive, and Peabody’s at the Oceanfront, which he owned from 1996 to 2016.