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R. Kelly’s Summer ‘Love Letter’

02:01 PM Tuesday 4/19/11 |   |

The R&B master announces a round of summer dates beginning June 2 in Mississippi.

  • R. Kelly

    Pre-Grammy Gala and Salute To Industry Icons, Beverly Hilton, Beverly Hills, Calif.
    February 12, 2011

    (AP Photo)

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R. Kelly is touring in support of his 11th studio album, Love Letter. Released in December 2010, the gold-certified disc has spawned two hit singles – “When A Woman Loves” as well as the album’s title track. For those of you keeping your own box scores at home, Kelly has now sold more than 34 million albums, eight of which shot to the top of the charts. He’s also the proud owner of 12 No. 1 singles.

The “Love Letter” tour begins in Southaven, Miss., at the DeSoto Civic Center June 2. Other destinations include New Orleans at UNO Lakefront Arena June 3; Mobile, Ala., at the Civic Center June 4; Houston at the Toyota Center June 5; Los Angeles at Nokia Theatre L.A. Live June 11; Chicago at Allstate Arena June 16; Raleigh, N.C., at RBC Center June 24; Atlanta at Philips Arena June 25; Cleveland at the CSU Wolstein Center June 29 and Philadelphia at the Mann Music Center July 3.

Keyshia Cole and Marsha Ambrosius, formerly of Floetry, appear on all dates. For more information, check out R-Kelly.com.


Comments

  1. Kinks wrote:

    03:52 PM, Apr 21, 2011

    Trolling for little girls, no doubt



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