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Kansas was formed in the year 1970 in Topeka. The founding members of the band are Kerry Livgren as the guitarist, Dave Hope as the bassist and drummer Phil Ehart. They first played together while in high school. In 1971, Robbie Steinhardt, a classical trained violinist joined the band and they changed their name to White Clover. In 1972, with the arrival of vocalist and keyboardist Steve Walsh and guitarist Richard Williams, the band reverted to the earlier name Kansas. The band spent their early part touring continuously and struggling for recognition. They, then built a strong record deal with the Kirshner label.

Their first debut LP appeared in 1974. It could gather only a small amount of fan base. They toured for it tirelessly and their fan base grew to such a point that when they released their third effort, Masque in the year 1975, it sold for a quarter of a million copies. In 1976 they released their fourth album, Leftoverture Truly. This album rose them to the stardom. Carry On Wayward Son was a smashing hit and the album reached to the Top Five and it sold for more than three million copies. In 1977 they released their next album Point of Know Return and it was even more successful than the before album. On the strength of the smash hit , Dust In the Wind, the album was instant hit. In the year 1978 live LP Two for the Show struggled to break the Top 40, its studio follow-up, Monolith, it was the band's first self produced effort and it reached the Top Ten. In that same year, Walsh released a solo record Schemer Dreamer. In the late 70s Kansas were the most popular bands due to the way they fused the complexity of British rock with an American heartland.
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Oct 20 Fri 7:00 PM Kansas - The Band United Wireless Arena
Dodge City, KS
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Oct 21 Sat 8:00 PM Kansas - The Band Hartman Arena
Valley Center, KS
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Oct 25 Wed 7:30 PM Kansas - The Band Bell Auditorium
Augusta, GA
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Oct 27 Fri 8:00 PM Kansas - The Band Knoxville Civic Auditorium
Knoxville, TN
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Oct 28 Sat 8:00 PM Kansas - The Band Von Braun Center Concert Hall
Huntsville, AL
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Nov 3 Fri 8:00 PM Kansas - The Band Heritage Theatre At Dow Event Center
Saginaw, MI
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Nov 4 Sat 8:00 PM Kansas - The Band Stranahan Theater
Toledo, OH
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Nov 10 Fri 8:00 PM Kansas - The Band Genesee Theatre
Waukegan, IL
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Nov 11 Sat 8:00 PM Kansas - The Band Thrivent Financial Hall At Fox Cities Performing Arts Center
Appleton, WI
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Nov 17 Fri 8:00 PM Kansas - The Band Capitol Theater At Overture Center for the Arts
Madison, WI
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Nov 18 Sat 8:00 PM Kansas - The Band State Theatre - MN
Minneapolis, MN
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Nov 24 Fri 7:30 PM Kansas - The Band University At Buffalo Center For The Arts
Buffalo, NY
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Nov 25 Sat 8:00 PM Kansas - The Band Goodyear Theater
Akron, OH
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Nov 29 Wed 8:00 PM Kansas - The Band Montgomery Performing Arts Centre
Montgomery, AL
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Dec 1 Fri 8:00 PM Kansas - The Band North Charleston Performing Arts Center
North Charleston, SC
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Dec 2 Sat 8:00 PM Kansas - The Band Florida Theatre Jacksonville
Jacksonville, FL
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Dec 6 Wed 7:30 PM Kansas - The Band Tallahassee Pavilion
Tallahassee, FL
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Dec 8 Fri 8:00 PM Kansas - The Band Great Hall at Charles F. Dodge City Center
Hollywood, FL
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Dec 9 Sat 7:00 PM Kansas - The Band Sharon L. Morse Performing Arts Center
Lady Lake, FL
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Dec 13 Wed 8:00 PM Kansas - The Band Duke Energy Center for the Performing Arts - Raleigh Memorial Auditorium
Raleigh, NC
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Dec 15 Fri 8:00 PM Kansas - The Band Palace Theater - CT
Waterbury, CT
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Dec 16 Sat 8:00 PM Kansas - The Band Santander Performing Arts Center
Reading, PA
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Mar 21 Wed 8:00 PM Kansas - The Band Victoria Theatre - Dayton
Dayton, OH
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Apr 4 Wed 8:00 PM Kansas - The Band Adler Theatre
Davenport, IA
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In 1980, Hope and Livgren began their solo venture Seeds of Change. Walsh then went on to form a new band Streets, while the rest of the members continued with the band, using vocalist John Elefante as Walsh replacement. The first Kansas LP, that was without Walsh was Vinyl Confessions released in the year 1982 and the single "Play the Game Tonight" was a huge hit. They released their next album Drastic Measures in 1983, thereafter they disbanded. It was in the year 1986, when Ehart again re-formed the band with Williams, Walsh, the most famed guitarist Steve Morse and bassist Billy Greer. Together they released Power, that scored a Top 20 hit with All I Wanted. They then followed up with In the Spirit of things in 1988, which was a major disaster. After a gap of seven years, they released their next effort, Freaks of Nature and in 1998 they released Always Never the Same. With the return of the founder, singer and songwriter Kerry Livgren, Somewhere to Elsewhere was released in 2000. What makes their music outstanding is the fusion of the complexity of British prog rock with an American heartland sound.

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