Multi-Grammy award winning artists Kelly Rowland and The Dream announce their ‘The Lights Out” tour
NEW YORK--Multi-Grammy award winning artists Kelly Rowland and The-Dream have teamed up to co-headline The Lights Out Tour. Stopping in major cities across the United States and Canada, which includes New York, Atlanta, Los Angeles, Chicago, Dallas, Toronto and more, the two will be performing various fan favorites as well as new music off their highly anticipated albums. This tour will mark the first time that both artists have been on the road together performing for adoring fans.
Republic Records’ Grammy Award-winning multiplatinum R&B icon KELLY ROWLAND remains one of the 21st century’s foremost female superstars. Her fourth full-length solo album, Talk A Good Game, hits stores on June 18th, and it’s propelled by the steaming, sexy smash “Kisses Down Low” (available on iTunes). The highly anticipated album also features Wiz Khalifa, Pusha T, Destiny’s Child sisters Beyoncé and Michelle Williams, as well as production by The-Dream, Mike Will, Pharrell, Harmony, The Runners and more.
Radio Killa/Def Jam recording artist and four-time Grammy® award-winning scribe THE-DREAM is set to arouse music enthusiasts with his fifth album IV PLAY, scheduled to be released on May 28 and will feature Jay-Z, Beyoncé, Big Sean, Fabolous, 2 Chainz, Gary Clark Jr. and Kelly Rowland.
His current single “IV Play” (currently available on iTunes) has taken the internet by storm and has been referred to by Spin.com as “the-dreamiest The-Dream song we’ve yet to hear.” While putting the finishing touches on his new album, The-Dream is also in the studio working with Jay-Z, Beyoncé, Mariah Carey, Timbaland, Kelly Rowland and more.
“This tour is going to be so exciting. I can’t wait for my fans to hear my new music plus we will be rocking to my classic songs,” states The-Dream. “Kelly and myself on tour together will be amazing.”
“I’m very excited to be going on tour with The-Dream! He’s an amazing talent,” states Kelly Rowland. “So to be able to work with him in this capacity and have the opportunity to showcase our new music to our fans live and in person is going to be extremely rewarding! I can’t wait!”
The tour will kick off on May 23, 2013 at the Myth Theater in Minneapolis, Minnesota; will come to Philadelphia on May 31 at Theatre of Living Arts and ends on June 28, 2013 at the Regency/Mezzanine in San Francisco, California.
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