Veteran interviewer will cross the country, reminiscing about himself
Larry King might be off the airwaves, but he's not moving out of the spotlight.
The recently retired CNN interviewer will be taking his act on the road this spring, hitting up seven communities in a one-man live stage show, "Larry King: Stand Up," the Associated Press reports.
During the traveling show, the 77-year-old King will talk about his decades-long broadcast career, which ended last year, when he signed off after 25 years at CNN.
Audience members will also be offered the opportunity to ask questions of King during the show.
"Larry King: Stand Up" will debut on April 14 in Torrington, Conn. The show will then wind through Pennsylvania, New York, Maryland, New Jersey and Nevada before wrapping up on June 11 at the Mirage Hotel in Las Vegas.
Before his cross-country jaunt, however, King will visit familiar stomping ground on Wednesday, when King returns to CNN for an interview with his on-air replacement, Piers Morgan.
The face-to-face should prove lively, as King opined that Morgan "may have been oversold" by CNN during an interview with London's Radio 4 last week.