Earth, Wind & Hearth is on the brink of warmth issues up.

Philip Bailey, Verdine White and Ralph Johnson are decided to maintain the group’s legacy alive and have teamed up with Carlos Santana for the “Miraculous Supernatural 2020 Tour.” 

The concert events, which mark the primary time the Grammy-winning artists share the stage within the U.S., kicks off on June 19 in San Diego and can make stops in Los Angeles, Dallas, New York, Chicago, Toronto and extra earlier than wrapping Aug. 29 in Tampa.

It’s an thrilling time for Earth, Wind & Hearth, a horn-driven band that offered greater than 90 million albums in its lifetime and created iconic hits, like “September,” “Shining Star” and “Boogie Wonderland.” Nonetheless, the union can also be bittersweet for the tireless musicians.

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American singer-songwriter and musician Maurice White of American multi-genre band Earth, Wind & Hearth performing, circa 1978.
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The group’s founder, Maurice White, handed away in 2016 at age 74. The singer, who suffered from Parkinson’s Illness, had beforehand retreated from the general public even because the band he based saved performing. But it’s White’s legacy that has compelled Earth, Wind & Hearth to maintain his music alive for each longtime followers and curious youthful listeners alike.

“Maurice’s spirit all the time resonates with each track we sing, with each be aware we play, with each lyric and each track, each beat — there’s no means that this stuff occur with out his DNA,” Bailey instructed Fox Information. “So, he’s very a lot nonetheless alive and dwelling in our music and his legacy.

“The band has been touring with out Maurice for 25 years previous to his passing, however he was very a lot in assist of us taking over the legacy and persevering with to push it ahead,” he added.

Earth, Wind & Hearth’s most profitable interval started with their 1975 album “That’s the Means of the World.” The band was later inducted into the Rock & Roll Corridor of Fame in 2000. And regardless of many years of music-making, their hottest monitor continues to be 1978’s “September.”

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“I believe it’s straightforward to sing,” Bailey mirrored. “It’s type of a magical second that occurred when Maurice wrote that track. It occurs to be in all probability probably the most requested track in our catalog and it ensures to get everyone up once we play it at reveals.”

White insisted Earth, Wind & Hearth had no qualms about taking part in their iconic melodies years later.

“We’re the soundtrack of their life as individuals come to inform us,” he stated. “And people songs are, as Philip stated, ‘within the DNA.’ It’s a pleasure and it’s an honor to play these songs.”

Earth, Wind & Hearth has gone on to carry out in all places from the Tremendous Bowl to the White Home. And whereas the group enjoys bringing their golden oldies to life on stage, they aren’t anxious about competing with right now’s artists.

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Singers Stevie Wonder (R) and Maurice White of the band Earth, Wind and Fire perform during the inaugural 'Grammy Jam Fest' at the Wiltern Theatre on Dec. 11, 2004, in Los Angeles, California. The event celebrated the music of Earth, Wind and Fire and raised funds for various arts charities.

Singers Stevie Marvel (R) and Maurice White of the band Earth, Wind and Hearth carry out throughout the inaugural ‘Grammy Jam Fest’ on the Wiltern Theatre on Dec. 11, 2004, in Los Angeles, California. The occasion celebrated the music of Earth, Wind and Hearth and raised funds for varied arts charities.
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“I all the time wish to say that in each era, a era appears again and says our music was higher than your music,” he defined. “We don’t even wish to say that… There’s quite a lot of nice music that’s out now. There was nice music once we took place, there was nice music earlier than we took place and there’ll be nice music after.”

As for the upcoming tour, Bailey stated there’s one factor audiences will get from their expertise. It occurred to be the identical factor White all the time yearned to provide listeners.

“An important constructive, loving expertise,” he stated.

The Related Press contributed to this report.