John Legend Lines Up Spring Dates

 |  February 12, 2007
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By Quibian Salazar-Moreno

      After scoring two Grammys last night, one for Best Male R&B Vocal Performance for “Heaven” and one for Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals for “Family Affair” with Joss Stone, and Van Hunt, John Legend is coming to a hood near you. The singer, songwriter and piano prodigy announced his spring tour dates to support his recently released album, Once Again.

      Legend will be joined by fellow Grammy nominee Corinne Bailey Rae. The tour launches on April 3 in Irvine, California and will run until May 4, ending in Atlanta. Legend is also slated to perform at the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival on May 5. Here’s the current itinerary:

 

  04/03/07  Irvine, CA           Bren Events Center

  04/04/07  San Diego, CA        Bayside Amphitheatre

  04/06/07  Los Angeles, CA      Gibson Amphitheatre

  04/07/07  Berkeley, CA         Greek Theater-U.C./Berkeley

  04/10/07  Denver, CO           Wells Fargo Theatre

  04/12/07  Minneapolis, MN      Orpheum Theater

  04/13/07  Chicago, IL          Chicago Theatre

  04/14/07  Detroit, MI          Fox Theater

  04/16/07  Akron, OH            Akron Civic Auditorium

  04/17/07  Toronto, ONT.        Hummingbird Centre for Performing Arts

  04/19/07  Boston, MA           Orpheum Theatre

  04/20/07  Sayreville, NJ       Starland Ballroom

  04/22/07  Newark, NJ           New Jersey Performing Arts Center

  04/23/07  New York, NY         Theater At Madison Square Garden

  04/25/07  Uncasville, CT       Mohegan Sun

  04/26/07  Upper Darby, PA      Tower Theater

  04/28/07  Columbia, MD         Merriweather Post Pavilion

  04/29/07  Norfolk, VA          Chrysler Hall

  05/01/07  Orlando, FL          Hard Rock Live

  05/02/07  Hollywood, FL        Seminole Hard Rock Casino

  05/04/07  Atlanta, GA          Chastain Park Amphitheater

  05/05/07  New Orleans, LA      New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival

                                 (Corinne Bailey Rae not on Jazz Fest bill)