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Creed Dates

02:08 PM Monday 11/7/11 | |

Creed’s playing live next year. The new dates feature two nights each in three cities, with the band performing an album per night in an intimate setting. 

The shows take place at Chicago Theatre April 13-14, Philadelphia’s Tower Theatre April 16-17, and New York’s Beacon Theatre April 19-20. In each city, the first night is devoted to the band’s debut album, 1997’s My Own Prison, and the second to 1999’s Human Clay.

My Own Prison and Human Clay are very special albums for us and I look forward to performing them for our fans,” singer Scott Stapp said. “The songs bring back a lot of great memories for me and I hope for them too.”

Next year marks 15 years for the band. Human Clay is the one that sold a lot of copies (11 million) and includes “With Arms Wide Open” and “Higher.”

No other dates are announced. Presale information is available at Creed.com.

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