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Miguel In the U.K.

03:01 PM Wednesday 10/31/12 | |

There’s no stopping Miguel. Touring the U.S. with Trey Songz through the end of the year, the up-and-coming R&B performer crosses the ocean in January for a string of shows in the United Kingdom. Tickets go on sale Friday.

  • Miguel

    "Power 99 Powerhouse," Wells Fargo Center, Philadelphia, Pa.
    October 26, 2012

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There’s nothing like a hit album and Miguel’s Kaleidoscope Dream is garnering rave reviews as well as cash register rings. The Los Angeles-born artist’s second album is more like a definitive example of his potential than the usual sophomore work, with Miguel drawing from several genres, including hip-hop, funk, jazz and soul.

So far, Miguel has only five shows slotted for the U.K. Here’s the schedule:

Jan. 14 – Manchester, The Ritz
Jan. 15 – Birmingham, Library Theatre
Jan. 17 – London, HMV Forum
Jan. 18 – Brighton, Concorde 2
Jan. 19 – Norwich, Waterfront

Tickets go on sale Nov. 2. Visit MiguelUnlimited.com for more information.


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