Image Having recently completed a UK tour, the reunited Big Audio Dynamite have announced a run of dates in the United States in August. The groundbreaking rock/hip hop/reggae outfit was formed by Mick Jones after parting ways with The Clash. The original group formed in 1984 and dispersed in 1988. A second lineup known as Big Audio Dynamite II existed from 1990 to 1993.

Jones returned in 2005 with Carbon/Silicon and has produced a number of records. Co-songwriter and sample master Don Letts continued to direct films and videos, including 'Dancehall Queen' and The Clash documentary Westway to the World, for which he won a Grammy Award in 2003. Drummer Greg Roberts and bassist Leo 'E-Zee-Kill' Williams have released seven albums with Dreadzone, while keyboardist Dan Donovan continues to write and remix, working with Mark Moore among many others.

Notably, Jones will also oversee a deluxe reissue of the second B.A.D. album, No. 10 Upping Street, which features songwriting collaborations with Joe Strummer who also produced the album.


August 2, 2011Boston, MAThe House of Blues Boston
August 3, 2011Brooklyn, NYBrooklyn Bowl
August 4, 2011Philadelphia, PAElectric Factory
August 6, 2011Chicago, ILLollapalooza
August 7, 2011Minneapolis, MNFirst Avenue
August 10, 2011Los Angeles, CAClub Nokia
August 11, 2011Anaheim, CACity National Grove Of Anaheim
August 12, 2011San Francisco, CAOutside Lands Festival