Todd Rundgren Todd Rundgren has long defied any easy sort of…
- Posted on Sep 10th 2010 3:00PM by John D. Luerssen
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"Call me Professor Henry Higgins," Rundgren joked to the Indy Star. The man behind the classic 1972 album 'Something/Anything?' will teach a class in late October and early November for students who are a part of the University's prominent Wells Scholars program. As the course is being coordinated by the school's rock history professor, it seems that Rundgren will be giving lessons about his time in the business.
The one-time Nazz frontman will also make a public lecture during his time on the Bloomington, Ind. campus. He intends to follow up that Oct. 28 address with a storytelling performance on Halloween.
In advance of Rundgren's teaching stint, the performer is in the midst of a US tour that focuses on his albums 'Todd' (1974) and 'Healing' (1981). When that wraps on Sept. 15 at the Mayo Center for the Performing Arts in Morristown, N.J., Rundgren will stop off at his home in Hawaii before embarking on a short tour of New Zealand, Australia and Japan on Sept. 24.