Rocker Todd Rundgren has reformed the original UTOPIA line-up for a one-off New York show.
Rundgren, keyboard player Moogy Klingman, drummer Kevin Elfman, keyboardist Ralph Schuckett and bassist John Siegler, who hit the stage as Utopia in the mid-1970s, will perform at the Highline Ballroom on 29 January (11).
The group will play their 1974 debut album in its entirety.
The reunion is extra special for Klingman, 60, who is battling cancer.
In a post on his website, he writes, "I have found that the best medicine that I take to deal with illness is music. To play music and work with other musicians is the most healing thing that I can do."
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