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Keyshia Cole Announces ‘A Different Me’ Tour

02:01 PM Monday 4/20/09 | |

Although some dates are already on sale, Keyshia Cole has made her late-spring outing official by announcing a road trip starting May 13 and running through June 20.

  • Keyshia Cole

    Sprint Center, Kansas City, Mo.
    January 9, 2009

    (Jason Squires)

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The tour is called “A Different Me” and the four-time Grammy nominated artist gets things rolling with a gig at Cincinnati’s Aronoff Center May 13.

After that it’s Milwaukee at the Riverside Theatre (May 14), Chicago’s Chicago Theatre (May 15), Detroit’s Fox Theatre (May 16) and Atlanta’s Fox Theatre (May 21).

Other stops include Atlantic City (May 23), New York City (May 24), DC (May 28), Baltimore (June 6), St. Louis (June 11), Houston (June 14) and Los Angeles (June 20).

More dates are to be announced soon.

Along with four Grammy noms, Cole has also received awards and nominations from American Music Awards, Music Choice Awards, BET Awards, Vibe Awards and ASCAP Awards. Cole’s most recent honor is the Entertainer of the Year award from the National Association of Black Owned Broadcasters (NABOB) and a Most Requested Artist award from Music Choice.

Said Cole’s manager, Manny Halley: “This is going to be a very exciting tour for Keyshia and her fans are already lining up to buy tickets. In Atlantic City the venue is already close to capacity.”

Please click here for Keyshia Cole’s official Web site.


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