10 More Aging Pop-Star Tours We'd Like to See
Johnny Marr and Morrissey
The closest thing we might ever get to a Smiths reunion would be perhaps a tour featuring their two most famous members performing solo back-to-back. It might take some convincing, but it would give the fans some of what they want without violating their historic reluctance to play together.
Danny Elfman and Mike Patton
Two of the weirdest musical geniuses of the '80s and '90s touring and playing whatever the hell they want? This could be incredible.
David Gilmour and Roger Waters
Just like the Smiths, we'll likely never see Pink Floyd play again, outside of a spur-of-the-moment reunion between the three remaining members as happened at some Waters shows a few years ago. That being said, this would be the next best thing, and it's not impossible since the two get along pretty well nowadays.
Prince and Morris Day
Prince just needs to actually go on a real tour period, but with a little reunion with his old friend/rival Morris Day, this could be the most epic '80s throwback of all time.
Sting and Paul Simon play Saturday night at Toyota Center, 1510 Polk. Doors open at 7 p.m.
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