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Wednesday
Jun202018

Journey's Jonathan Cain says Steve Perry always has "a door open to come around"

Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagicIt's been 20 years since Steve Perry less-than-amicably parted ways with Journey, but keyboardist Jonathan Cain says he's still open to reuniting with the powerhouse vocalist.

"He's always got a door open to come around," Cain tells ABC Radio. "Hopefully, we'll break the ice one of these days."

Perry did reunite with his old band mates when Journey was inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in April 2017, although the singer declined to perform with the group. Current Journey frontman Arnel Pineda, who idolizes Perry, got to meet him for the first time at the Rock Hall induction ceremony. Cain recalls that Perry graciously hung out and chatted with Pineda backstage at the event.

"That was a dream come true [for Arnel]," Jonathan explains. "You know, one of his dreams or his wishes were, like, 'I get to meet Steve Perry and be on the same stage with him'…And there he was."

"Before I even saw Steve at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, he had spent time with Arnel, congratulating him on a job well done," adds Cain. "The guy has got a lot of class. He's a very soulful guy, and I wish him the best in his life."

Reflecting on what Perry brought to Journey, Cain notes that the singer was "an incredible band leader [and he] knew how to rehearse." Jonathan adds, "I mean, [to] go out and sing in one take, two takes. I'm like, 'Who does that?' But that's the band we were."

Cain shares more details about his relationship with Perry and the exciting time he had while Steve was a member of Journey in his recent memoir, Don't Stop Believin'.

Journey's current U.S. co-headlining tour with Def Leppard resumes July 1 with a show in Atlanta.

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Wednesday
Jun202018

Well reviewed: Arctic Monkeys rate their own songs out of five

DominoArctic Monkeys' new album Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino features the single "Four Out of Five," featuring Alex Turner singing about how the titular hotel is "well reviewed/four stars out of five." During an interview with BBC Radio 2, Turner and drummer Matt Helders were asked to use their Tranquility rating system on their own songs.

First, Turner and Helders gave a four out of five rating to their breakout single "I Bet You Look Good on the Dancefloor," with the drummer criticizing the track's snare drum sound as too "cranked." Their 2007 single "Brianstorm," however, got a five out of five rating.

"When one of my friends...who's not in a band...first heard that song, he said it was the best thing that he’d ever heard," Helders explains.

Meanwhile, the AM track "Snap Out of It" earned a four out of five rating, while the band's 2006 cover of the song "Love Machine" by British girl group Girls Aloud was only given two stars.

"I think the performance was probably a two out of five," Helders says. "That's the charm of it, isn't it?" Turner adds.

You can rate Arctic Monkeys songs for yourself during their world tour in support of Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino, which continues throughout the summer and fall.

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Wednesday
Jun202018

Nashville notes

Burke/Triolo Productions/Thinkstock Peach State native John Berry celebrated the 25th anniversary of his recording career by performing the national anthem for Sunday's Atlanta Braves game against the San Diego Padres. He was also presented the key to the city during a Friday concert in his hometown of Athens, Georgia.

"Kiss You All Over" hitmakers Exile are marking the 55th anniversary of the band with a re-recording of their most loved songs. Hits is available now online.

Rory Feek's second book, Once Upon a Farm: Lessons on Growing Love, Life, and Hope on a New Frontier, is available now. The new volume chronicles Rory's life since the passing of his wife Joey, the other half of the ACM-winning duo Joey+Rory

If you missed Granger Smith doing his hit "Happens Like That" and his new single "You're in It" on ABC's Jimmy Kimmel Live!, you can catch his performances on YouTube now.

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Wednesday
Jun202018

Four singles into "Life Changes," Thomas Rhett reveals he's been "writing [his] face off"

Valory Music Co. With two little girls, a wife, and a packed touring schedule, the autobiographical “Life Changes” is a whole lot more than Thomas Rhett’s latest single -- it’s just one of the signs of how fast things are moving for him these days.

“We're on our fourth single, which is crazy, because the record, it's not even a year old,” TR says of the album, also called Life Changes. “I remember, on my second record, man, we didn't make a new record for like two years or something like that.”

But now that Thomas Rhett has reached headliner status, things seems to be speeding up.

“I just think it's the way that a lot of fans are consuming music today,” he explains. “When my album came out, that was the first time that we'd ever gone out on the road after an album and got to play album cuts that people knew all the words to.”

“Songs like 'Sixteen' and 'Renegade' have sort of acted like singles to me on the road, even though they haven't been singles,” he explains.  TR says the same was true of “Life Changes” as well, which is currently in the top 20.

Luckily, Thomas never stopped looking ahead to his next project.

“I've been doing nothing but writing my face off since the last album came out,” he admits. “And so we are, right now, just trying to lock down a time to figure out what songs we're gonna record and when we're gonna record 'em. But it is my goal to just keep putting more music out there.”

This summer, Thomas Rhett’s working his own headlining dates, in between opening for Kenny Chesney on the Trip Around the Sun Tour.

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Wednesday
Jun202018

Shape of You: Ed Sheeran built a Lego sculpture of his own head and donated it to charity 

Mark SurridgeEd Sheeran's gone from "Lego House" to Lego Head: He donated a Lego sculpture of his own head to a local charity shop in his U.K. hometown.

As The London Economic reports, Ed often donates his personal possessions to the St. Elizabeth Hospice shop in Framlingham, Suffolk, and they sell the items to raise money.  This time around, Ed has given the shop two Lego likenesses: a huge one of his head and a smaller, full-body one.

He's also given the shop his first record player, a skateboard, clothing, shoes, some of his school music books and music stands he kept in his childhood bedroom.

Speaking to the BBC, the hospice spokeswoman, Helen Owen, said, "He's been really generous...as Framlingham is his local shop, he thinks of us.  Normally it is a few [sweaters] and Hoax t-shirts he wears on tour, which are great, but this time we got the head."

She added that it was "really lovely" that the Lego sculpture is "of him, [and] made by him".

Some of the items were immediately put on sale in the store -- a hoodie and a t-shirt have already been sold for more than $200 each -- but some of them will be put on eBay in an attempt to raise as much money as possible.

In 2016, Ed donated 13 bags of clothes to the store, and between in-person sales and online sales, more than 46 thousand dollars was raised.  The hospice helps improve life for those living with progressive and terminal illnesses.

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Wednesday
Jun202018

Are Florida Georgia Line "Meant to Be" working with pop's biggest superstars? They think so

ABC/Kelsey McNeal"Meant to Be," the collaboration between Bebe Rexha and Florida Georgia Line, has been one of the biggest hits of the year.  FGL is now dreaming of collaborating with other pop stars -- and they're setting their sights pretty high.

"Bruno Mars...that'd be somebody to spend a couple days with in the studio and try to create something from nothing," says Florida Georgia Line's Brian "BK" Kelly. "Y'know, get in the studio and make it really come to life. But I think Rihanna would be cool [too]......I think it'd be cool to hear our voices together."

According to FGL's Tyler Hubbard, they're pretty much down to work with any number of stars outside of the country genre.

"I think every time we go to an awards show, BK and I are always [saying], 'That'd be cool to do a song with them!' or 'That'd be awesome to do a song with them!'" he laughs. "There's so many talented artists out there, it's pretty unreal."

Meanwhile, Tyler says that the message of "Meant to Be" has not only resonated with music fans, but with him and BK as well.

"It's been over a year since we wrote that song and we've been living with it way before the world had it, so I think we were learning the day we wrote it," Tyler explains. "And learning how to kinda look at the world that way, and look at life that way, and just kinda let go of some control and just let things happen."

Tyler adds, "I just think that's something that we've continued to be reminded of, with...every bit of success that this song has had...and then it's cool to kinda see the world be reminded of that as well and really connect with that."

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Tuesday
Jun192018

Proceeds from Toni Cornell's "Nothing Compares 2 U" duet with late father to be donated to charity 

ABC/Randy HolmesThis past Father's Day, Chris Cornell's daughter Toni shared a recording of her and her late father covering the Prince-penned song "Nothing Compares 2 U," popularized by Sinead O'Connor. It's now available for download, and Toni announced that her proceeds will be donated to the International Rescue Committee, a humanitarian aid and relief organization.

"My father taught me to be a voice for others who don't have one," says Toni. "Especially with the tragic events happening today, where children are being separated from their parents at the border, it is not okay. Please help us keep the promise (on behalf of the world's most vulnerable children) for my father."

The Cornell family has previously worked closely with the International Rescue Committee, and Chris donated his proceeds from his song "The Promise," which was released two months before his death in May 2017, to the organization.

Toni's announcement comes a day before World Refugee Day, June 20, which was also an important day for her father. The video for "The Promise" was released posthumously on last year's World Refugee Day, which Chris had requested prior to his death.

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Tuesday
Jun192018

Marvin Gaye film being developed by hip-hop star Dr. Dre

Paul Natkin/Getty Images A new movie about the late Marvin Gaye is being developed by hip-hop star Dr. Dre, who previously found success as a film producer thanks to Straight Outta Compton, the Oscar-nominated biopic about his former group, N.W.A.

Dre has also acquired the rights to use Gaye's music in the film, sources tell Variety.

One of Motown's greatest stars, Gaye was fatally shot in 1984 at age 44 by his father following a family dispute in their Los Angeles home. His numerous honors include induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Songwriters Hall of Fame, a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, and the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award. Gaye also won two Grammys in 1983 for his single "Sexual Healing": Best Male R&B Vocal Performance and Best R&B Instrumental Performance.

There have been several failed attempts to produce films about Gaye. Nearly two years ago, his former wife, Janis Gaye, and his children Nona, Marvin III and Frankie Gaye, announced that they were developing a documentary called "Marvin, What’s Going On?" That project doesn't yet have a release date.

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Tuesday
Jun192018

Robert Plant to headline 2018 LouFest in St. Louis this September

Credit: Mads PerchRobert Plant and his current band, The Sensational Space Shifters, are one of the headliners for the ninth annual LouFest, taking place September 8 and 9 in St. Louis.

Veteran alt-rockers Modest Mouse also will headline the 2018 edition of the festival, which will be held in Forest Park. In addition, the lineup includes Michael McDonald, Gary Clark Jr., recent Neil Young backing band Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real and many more.

Tickets for the festival are on sale now. For the full lineup and to buy tickets, visit LouFest.com.

Plant and The Sensational Space Shifters currently are on a North American tour leg that winds down with a June 29 performance at the Vancouver International Jazz Festival in Vancouver, Canada. The Led Zeppelin singer and his group also have three previously announced festival appearances lined up in September.

Here are all of Plant and company's upcoming North American shows:

6/19 -- Vail, CO, Gerald R. Ford Amphitheater
6/21 -- Berkeley, CA, The Greek Theatre at UC Berkeley
6/23 -- Stateline, NV, Lake Tahoe Outdoor Arena at Harveys
6/24 -- Pasadena, CA, Arroyo Seco Weekend
6/26 -- Troutdale, OR, Edgefield
6/27 -- Redmond, WA, Marymoor Park Amphitheatre
6/29 -- Vancouver, BC, Canada, Vancouver International Jazz Festival
9/8-9 -- St. Louis, MO, LouFest - Forest Park
9/15 -- Telluride, CO, Telluride Blues & Brews Festival
9/16 -- Del Mar, CA, KAABOO Del Mar
9/23 -- Louisville, KY, Bourbon & Beyond

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Tuesday
Jun192018

Robert Plant, Michael McDonald to perform at 2018 LouFest in St. Louis this September

Mads Perch; Timothy WhiteRobert Plant and his current band, The Sensational Space Shifters, are one of the headliners for the ninth annual LouFest, taking place September 8 and 9 in St. Louis.

Michael McDonald also is among the artists scheduled to perform at the 2018 edition of the festival, which will be held in Forest Park.  In addition, the lineup includes Gary Clark Jr., recent Neil Young backing band Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real and many more.

Tickets for the festival are on sale now. For the full lineup and to buy tickets, visit LouFest.com.

Plant and The Sensational Space Shifters currently are on a North American tour leg that winds down with a June 29 performance at the Vancouver International Jazz Festival in Vancouver, Canada. The Led Zeppelin singer and his group also have three previously announced festival appearances lined up in September.

Here are all of Plant and company's upcoming North American shows:

6/19 -- Vail, CO, Gerald R. Ford Amphitheater
6/21 -- Berkeley, CA, The Greek Theatre at UC Berkeley
6/23 -- Stateline, NV, Lake Tahoe Outdoor Arena at Harveys
6/24 -- Pasadena, CA, Arroyo Seco Weekend
6/26 -- Troutdale, OR, Edgefield
6/27 -- Redmond, WA, Marymoor Park Amphitheatre
6/29 -- Vancouver, BC, Canada, Vancouver International Jazz Festival
9/8-9 -- St. Louis, MO, LouFest - Forest Park
9/15 -- Telluride, CO, Telluride Blues & Brews Festival
9/16 -- Del Mar, CA, KAABOO Del Mar
9/23 -- Louisville, KY, Bourbon & Beyond

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Tuesday
Jun192018

Disturbed added to Austin City Limits festival lineup 

Credit: Travis ShinnThe 2018 Austin City Limits festival just got a bit heavier, courtesy of Disturbed. The Chicago metallers will play the second weekend of the Texas festival, held October 12-14 in Austin's Zilker Park.

Disturbed joins a lineup that's already pretty heavy thanks to Metallica, who will headline ACL alongside Beatles legend Paul McCartney, Arctic Monkeys and Childish Gambino. The bill also includes Greta Van Fleet, The National, Deftones, Highly Suspect, CHVRCHES, Hozier, St. Vincent and X Ambassadors, among many more.

Austin City Limits takes place over two weekends: October 5-7 and October 12-14. Visit ACLFestival.com for the full lineup and ticket info.

In the meantime, Disturbed has been working on a new album, the follow-up to the band's 2015 comeback effort, Immortalized. Last month, they revealed that they'd finished tracking the album, which is expected to arrive later this year.

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Tuesday
Jun192018

"Yada Yada Yada": Newcomer Brandon Lay explains the title of his new song

Dove ShoreThis summer, newcomer Brandon Lay is busy opening all the dates on Kenny Chesney’s Trip Around the Sun Tour. One song you’re sure to hear during his set is his new single, “Yada Yada Yada.”

“I had the melody in my head one day as I was driving home from a gig but I didn’t have any lyrics yet,” Brandon explains, “so I was just humming yada yada yada as dummy lyrics [into my phone].”

Brandon continues: “A few days later I was in a writing room with the voice memo and [co-writers] Mikey [Reaves] and Heather [Morgan] thought that would make a pretty good title in itself so we went with it.  It’s a fun tune that I hope people will enjoy.”

You can check out the new lyric video for “Yada Yada Yada” on YouTube now.

This Saturday, Brandon plays Chase Field in Phoenix, Arizona with Kenny Chesney.

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Tuesday
Jun192018

Puma Basketball taps JAY-Z as its creative director 

ABC/Randy HolmesPuma has turned to music mogul JAY-Z to help with the relaunch of its basketball sneaker line.

As reported by ESPN, the sports apparel announced Monday that Jay will serve as Puma Basketball's Creative Director.

JAY-Z has had a relationship with Puma for more than a year, with the brand providing Puma sneakers and apparel for his 4:44 tour last year. In addition, his sports agency, Roc Nation Sports, has had clients sign deals with the company, and his Roc Nation artist, Rihanna, has her own line of Puma sneakers and clothing.

Ahead of the upcoming NBA draft, Puma has also signed endorsement deals with some of the projected first-round picks, including Deandre AytonMarvin Bagley III and Zhaire Smith. Those signees represent the company's first NBA endorsement deals in two decades.

Puma also announced a lifetime contract with NBA legend Walt "Clyde" Frazier, who originally launched a namesake sneaker with the company more than 40 years ago. He will serve as the brand's first signature athlete.

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Tuesday
Jun192018

Janet Jackson to receive inaugural "Impact" award at Radio Disney Music Awards

Credit: Solaiman FazelFresh from winning the ICON Award at last month's Billboard Music Awards, Janet Jackson will receive yet another big honor.

Ms. Jackson will be presented with the inaugural "Impact" Award at this year's Radio Disney Music Awards, which air this Saturday, June 23, at 8 p.m. ET/PT on the Disney Channel and associated platforms. 

She'll be the third top female pop star to receive a special honor at this year's ceremony: Kelly Clarkson is getting the "Icon" Award, while Carrie Underwood will take home the "Hero" Award.

According to Radio Disney, the "Impact" Award comes in recognition of Janet's "influence on society and the world of entertainment -- particularly women -- across generations of fans." 

Janet's State of the World tour continues in the U.S. this summer starting July 11 in Austin, Texas. She's also playing the Essence Festival, the Panorama Festival and the Outside Lands festival.  Her dates wrap up August 7 in Tampa, Florida.

Performers at this year's RDMAs include Underwood with Ludacris, Clarkson, Meghan Trainor, Charlie Puth and American Idol winner Maddie Poppe.

The show will be recorded this Friday at the Dolby Theatre at Hollywood & Highland Center.

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Tuesday
Jun192018

Ariana and Nicki take us to "Bed" in new video teaser

Republic RecordsAriana Grande and Nicki Minaj's latest collabo, "Bed," is out now, but the video hasn't arrived yet.  However, we now have a one-minute teaser for the sexy track, which features a lot of water, and a whole lot of Nicki and Ari.

In the clip, the two sport bikinis -- Nicki's is particularly revealing -- and lounge around in a foam-filled pool, play with bubbles and frolic on the beach.

No word on when we can expect the full video.  Meanwhile, the duo's other collaboration, "The Light Is Coming," is dropping tonight.  Tomorrow, the pre-order for Ari's new album Sweetener goes live.

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Tuesday
Jun192018

Beck announces fall tour dates with The Voidz

Capitol RecordsBeck has announced a batch of fall tour dates, and he'll be joined by Julian Casablancas' eternally weird side project The Voidz.

The four-date run begins September 13 in Minneapolis, and includes stops in St. Louis, Kansas City and Lincoln, Nebraska. For ticket info, visit Beck.com.

In addition to touring with Beck, The Voidz also have a pair of dates lined up opening for Phoenix, taking place October 4 in Austin and October 5 in Dallas.

Beck will be touring in continued support of his 2017 album Colors, which features the single "Up All Night."

Here are Beck's tour dates with The Voidz:

9/13 -- Minneapolis, MN, The Armory
9/16 -- St. Louis, MO, Fox Theatre
9/17 -- Kansas City, MO, Starlight Theatre
9/19 -- Lincoln, NE, Pinewood Bowl Theater

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Tuesday
Jun192018

Lady Gaga confirms she's working on sixth album, defends her chronic pain

Courtesy NetflixLady Gaga has talked about making new music on social media recently, but she now confirms that she is, in fact, working on her sixth album.

Gaga won the Best Music Documentary Award at the MTV Movie and TV Awards for her Netflix doc Gaga: Five Foot Two, and afterwards, she told Variety, "I’m just always making music, I’ve always been that way and I think you see in Five Foot Two that I’m a studio rat."

The new album, when it arrives, will be the follow up to 2016's Joanne. This year will also see Gaga make her movie debut in A Star Is Born and kick off a Las Vegas residency.  It'll mark a return to the spotlight for the singer, who's been laying low since she wrapped up her world tour early this year.

Gaga, who told Variety that contrary to the title of her documentary, she's actually "five-foot-three and three quarters," also spoke about her battle with fibromyalgia, a condition that causes her chronic pain and forced her to cancel a number of concerts in February.

Addressing the fact that many people doubt the condition is real, she told Variety, “To anyone that doesn’t believe in fibromyalgia: I dare you to spend five minutes in my body on a day when I’m in pain, and then try and say it again."

But despite her pain, the singer said what keeps her going is "being inside the vortex of my art and creating and making things that are not only meaningful to me but hopefully to other people."

She added, "When I’m with Tony Bennett, and we hang out, we always joke that we never work a day. Because we love what we do.”

 

Tuesday
Jun192018

What Makes You...Lucky: How to see Luke Bryan at Wrigley Field for free

ABC/Paula LoboHow'd you like an all-expenses-paid trip to see Luke Bryan at Wrigley Field in Chicago?

All you need to do is download Luke's app for a chance to win. That lucky individual will not only get airfare, hotel, and two tickets to the What Makes You Country Tour -- XL Stadium Sized in the Windy City on September 1, they'll also be treated to a backstage tour, a meet-and-greet with the American Idol judge, and a special VIP performance.

This week, the "Sunrise, Sunburn, Sunset" hitmaker swings through the Sunshine State, playing dates in West Palm Beach, Jacksonville, and Tampa, Florida.  

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Tuesday
Jun192018

Bruce Springsteen performs at re-opening party for Asbury Park bowling alley and concert venue

Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for iStarBruce Springsteen was on hand Monday night to help celebrate the official re-opening of Asbury Lanes, a recently restored bowling alley and music venue in Asbury Park, New Jersey.

Rolling Stone reports that, as had been announced, The Boss performed at the event with The Tangiers Blues Band, a group featuring frequent Springsteen photographer Danny Clinch on harmonica and occasional vocals.

As seen in a video posted on the Asbury Park Press website, Springsteen initially hit the stage to introduce The Tangiers Blues Band, and also expressed his happiness about how Asbury Park has re-emerged as a thriving seaside community during the last decade or so.

"It's been a joy watching what's been happening in town over the past 10, 15 and 20 years," Bruce told the crowd. "I walk down the boardwalk now, I feel like the Ghost of Christmas Past. But that's OK, because it's fun to watch Asbury's future unfold in front of me."

According to Rolling Stone, Springsteen joined The Tangiers Blues Band a few songs into their set, and they proceeded to play renditions of Huey "Piano" Smith's "Rockin' Pneumonia and the Boogie Woogie Flu," the Muddy Waters classic "I Just Want to Make Love to You," and the 1940 Don Raye hit "Down the Road a Piece." The latter tune is a song that Bruce has been playing live since the early 1970s.

Bringing their set to a close was a brief version of the Isley Brothers and Beatles hit "Twist and Shout."

Proceeds raised by the event, which was actually headlined by Portugal.The Man, will benefit the Boys and Girls Club of the Monmouth County, New Jersey. Asbury Lanes has pledged $125,000 to the charity on Bruce's behalf.

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Tuesday
Jun192018

Lauryn Hill adds SZA, Nas, Dave Chappelle and more to 'The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill World Tour' 

Ruffhouse/ColumbiaLauryn Hill has added an all-star cast to The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill World Tour 2018, including SZA, NasDave Chappelle, A$AP Rocky, and Big Boi from Outkast.  

Her support acts will also include M.I.A., De La SoulBusta RhymesTalib KweliDave East, Jo Mersa Marley, Bambaata MarleyShabazz PalacesPatorankingTierra WhackProtojeKelelaVictoryRauryIman Omari and more, Billboard reports.

The artists will perform on select dates on the tour, which kicks off July 5 in Virginia Beach and runs through October 5 in St. Louis. 

Hill tweeted a poster for the tour today with the comment, "Get your tickets and VIP Experiences to see Ms. Lauryn Hill’s The Miseducation Of Lauryn Hill 20th Anniversary Tour with special guests now at mslaurynhill.com

Hill is celebrating the 20th anniversary of her iconic solo album, The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill. It earned five Grammy Awards for the singer from East Orange, New Jersey, including Best New Artist and Album of the Year.

Here’s a list of the tour dates:  

7/5 -- Virginia Beach, VA, Veterans United Home Loans Amphitheater 
7/8 -- Bristow, VA, Jiffy Lube Live 
7/11 -- Boston, MA, Blue Hills Bank Pavilion 
7/13 -- Philadelphia, PA, Festival Pier 
7/15 -- Wantagh, NY, Northwell Health at Jones Beach 
7/18 -- Toronto, ON, Budweiser Stage 
7/20 -- Sterling Heights, MI, Michigan Lottery Amphitheatre at Freedom Hill 
7/22 -- Chicago, IL, Pitchfork Music Festival 
7/25 -- Charlotte, NC, Charlotte Metro Credit Union Amphitheatre 
7/26 -- Raleigh, NC, Red Hat Amphitheater 
7/29 -- St. Petersburg, FL, Al Lang Stadium 
7/31 -- Miami, FL, Bayfront Park Amphitheater 
8/2 -- Jacksonville, FL, Daily's Place 
8/3 -- Atlanta, GA, State Bank Amphitheatre 
8/5 -- Nashville, TN, Nashville Municipal Auditorium 
8/8 -- Holmdel, NJ, PNC Bank Arts Center 
9/7 -- Las Vegas, NV, The Joint at Hard Rock Hotel Las Vegas 
9/9 -- San Diego, CA, Cal Coast Credit Union Open Air Theatre 
9/12 -- Portland, OR, Veterans Memorial Coliseum 
9/14 -- Burnaby, British Columbia, Deer Lake Park 
9/15 -- Kent, WA, ShoWare Center 
9/20 -- Mountain View, CA, Shoreline Amphitheatre 
9/22 -- Phoenix, AZ, Comerica Theatre 
9/24 -- Albuquerque, NM, Isleta Amphitheatre 
9/26 -- Morrison, CO, Red Rock Amphitheatre 
9/29 -- Sugar Land, TX, Smart Financial Centre 
9/30 -- Irving, TX, The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory 
10/3 -- New Orleans, LA, UNO Lakefront Arena 
10/5 -- St. Louis, MO, Chaifetz Arena

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