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Monday
Apr172017

"Hopin' You Were Lookin'": Why Dan + Shay are lovin' Rascal Flatts' latest preview of "Back to Us"

BMLGRascal Flatts continues to roll out instant dowload tracks ahead of the May 19 release of their album, Back to Us, and nobody is more excited about the latest one than Dan + Shay. That’s because Dan Smyers and Shay Mooney co-wrote the track, called “Hopin’ You Were Lookin’.”

“Today is a really good day because Rascal Flatts released a song we wrote!” the duo shared on social media.

It’s worth noting that Shay can already take credit for a Rascal Flatts #1. He and Best New Artist Grammy winner Meghan Trainor co-wrote the trio’s most recent chart-topper, “I Like the Sound of That.”

You can stream “Hopin’ You Were Lookin’,” the title track "Back to Us,” and the group's top-15 hit “Yours If You Want It” now -- or, you can instantly download the tunes if you pre-order the album.

Dan + Shay happen to be a few spots ahead of Gary LeVox, Joe Don Rooney and Jay DeMarcus on the chart with their #12 hit, “How Not To.”

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Monday
Apr172017

Brad Paisley finds "Heaven South" in Franklin, Tennessee

Arista NashvilleBrad Paisley just released the second single from his Love and War album, which comes out Friday. While you should soon start hearing “Last Time for Everything” on the radio soon, Brad shot the video for yet another track this weekend on the outskirts of Nashville.

The West Virginia native and his band performed the new song, “Heaven South,” in the back of a vintage pick-up as it cruised down Main Street in downtown Franklin, according to The Tennessean.

Around 400 volunteers turned out to be part of the audience for the shoot, which started around 6 p.m. on Saturday.  Brad and his band then moved to a flat-bed trailer situated on the historic square in the quaint town. 

Brad, who lives nearby, told the audience he picked Franklin for the shoot because the song makes him think about the town.

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Monday
Apr172017

Sylvia Moy, co-writer of classic 1960s Stevie Wonder hits, dies at 78

L. Busacca/WireImage for Songwriter's Hall of FameSylvia Moy, a member of Motown Records' stable of songwriters during the 1960s and co-writer of several classic Stevie Wonder hits, died Saturday, April 15, at the age of 78, the Detroit Free Press reports.

Moy's sister Anita tells the newspaper that Sylvia apparently died of complications from pneumonia at a hospital in Dearborn, Michigan.

The first hit Moy helped write with -- and for -- Wonder was 1965's "Uptight (Everything's Alright)," which peaked at #3 on the Billboard Hot 100 and was his second top 5 hit ever. The tune was also co-written by Henry Crosby, who frequently collaborated with Moy and Wonder.

Other Wonder hits co-penned by Sylvia, Henry and Stevie included "I Was Made to Love Her," "My Cherie Amour" and "Shoo-Be-Doo-Be-Doo-Da-Day," all of which reached the top 10 of the Hot 100.

Initially interested in a recording career herself, Moy was signed by Motown in 1963 to recording contract, a management contract and a songwriter's contract.  But she told the Free Press in 2016 that the label was more interested in her songwriting ability than promoting her as an artist, so she focused on penning tunes. She became one of the few female songwriters embraced by the label's creative team.

Moy also co-wrote hits for a number of other artists, including The Isley Brothers' "This Old Heart of Mine" and Marvin Gaye & Kim Weston's "It Takes Two."

Later in life, Moy founded a Detroit non-profit organization called Center for Creative Communications that provided opportunities for underprivileged students in the fields of media arts and telecommunications.

She was inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame alongside Crosby in 2006.

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Monday
Apr172017

Meanwhile back at our Bahamian vacation home: Tim & Faith dish for "Architectural Digest"

ABC/Image Group LAYou wouldn’t be surprised to see Tim McGraw and Faith Hill on the cover of People or Billboard, but this summer, they’ll show up in a more unexpected place.

The celebrity-super-couple will be featured on the cover of an upcoming issue of Architectural Digest, showing off their vacation home in the Bahamas: one that just happens to be located on a 17-acre private island.

In a teaser video, Tim and Faith bring the focus back to more mundane concerns, giving AD a glimpse into their everyday lives. While they both agree they’d each like to do away with the other’s cellphone, Faith paints Tim as a typical male who misses the hamper and loves his La-Z-Boy.

The Louisiana native, on the other hand, shies away from criticizing his Mississippi bride.

“I love her,” Tim says. “She just brightens every room she walks into, especially mine.”

He does miss the mark a bit, though, when asked about the key to a happy marriage.

“Just say ‘Yes ma’am’ a lot,” he grins.  Faith counters, "[It’s] not saying yes all the time.”

The Soul2Soul tour partners agree it’s Faith who has the most talent when it comes to design.

“You like a lot of light and you like things to be really clean and neat,” Tim says, describing her style.

“You will be rewarded for that answer,” Faith laughs.

You can check out the new video at ArchitecturalDigest.com

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Monday
Apr172017

Listen now: Bleachers debuts new track, "Hate That You Know Me"

RCA RecordsJack Antonoff has shared another cut from his sophomore Bleachers album, Gone Now. The new track is called "Hate That You Know Me," posted now on YouTube.

"Hate That You Know Me" is the second track to be released from Gone Now, following the lead single "Don't Take the Money." The album will arrive in full on June 2.

In other Bleachers news, the band will perform "Don't Take the Money" on tonight's episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live!, airing at 11:35 p.m. ET on ABC.

Bleachers will kick off a headlining tour in support of Gone Now on April 25 in New York City.

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Monday
Apr172017

The Pretty Reckless, Korn, Pierce the Veil & more to perform at 2017 "Alternative Press" Music Awards 

Credit: Justin Campbell The first wave of performers at the 2017 Alternative Press Music Awards has been announced, and the lineup includes The Pretty Reckless, Korn and Pierce the Veil.

"We're really excited to perform at this year's awards and are looking forward to seeing all our fans in Cleveland," says Korn frontman Jonathan Davis. "I performed at the first ever APMAs back in 2014 with Asking Alexandria, and it's been awesome to watch how this show has grown over the years."

The list of performers also includes Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness, Against Me!, All Time Low, and New Years Day.

The 2017 Alternative Press Music Awards will be held July 17 in Cleveland, Ohio. Black Veil Brides frontman Andy Biersack will host the show. For more info, visit AltPress.com/APMAs2017.

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Monday
Apr172017

Metallica adds Iowa benefit show to summer tour

ABC/Randy HolmesMetallica has added one more date to their North American summer tour.

The metal legends will headline a benefit concert at the Iowa Speedway in Newton, Iowa on June 9 to support the Native Fund, a disaster relief charity founded by actor Ashton Kutcher and ex-NFL player Dallas Clark.

"We're honored that Ashton and Dallas invited us to be a part of this special event and look forward to giving back to a state that has been so supportive of Metallica throughout our career," writes Metallica in a statement.

The show's lineup will also include openers Avenged Sevenfold and Volbeat. Tickets will go on sale to the general public beginning this Friday, April 21 at 10 a.m. local time via Ticketmaster.

Metallica will be touring North America this summer in support of their new album Hardwired...to Self-Destruct. The outing kicks off May 10 in Baltimore.

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Monday
Apr172017

Goodbye Gaga, Hello Stefani: Star ditches stage name for new movie role

Image Group LA/ABCWhen Lady Gaga starred in American Horror Story, she was credited as Lady Gaga.  But for her first big movie role, she'll go by her birth name.

Warner Bros. Pictures, the company producing Gaga and Bradley Cooper's remake of A Star Is Born, has announced that the singer is going by Stefani Germanotta for the role.

According to Warner Bros., filming is now underway on the movie, which will feature Cooper as Jackson Maine, a fading country star who discovers Ally, a talented nobody played by Gaga -- uh, Stefani.  The two start an affair, but when Jackson makes Ally a star, he can't handle the fact that her fame is surpassing his own.  The movie opens September 28, 2018.

As previously reported, Gaga is filming some scenes for the movie this week on the grounds of the Coachella festival, where she performed this past weekend, and will perform again this coming weekend. 

During her set this past weekend, Gaga debuted a brand-new song called "The Cure." A rep for the singer confirms to ABC Radio that the song is a stand-alone single and isn't from A Star Is Born, or some previously-unknown upcoming album.  It also won't be added to any additional release of Gaga's current album, Joanne.

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Monday
Apr172017

The Chainsmokers make "Memories" #1

Disruptor Records/Columbia RecordsThe Chainsmokers just smoked Drake: their new album, Memories...Do Not Open, has replaced the rapper's More Life at the top of the chart.

The EDM duo's hotly anticipated album sold 221,000 units to score a #1 debut, in part thanks to a deal that  packaged the album with tickets to their new tour.  Memories...Do Not Open is the first album to be #1 on both the Billboard 200 and the Top Dance/Electronic Albums chart since Lady Gaga's 2013 album, ARTPOP.

Memories...Do Not Open, featuring the hits "Paris" and "Something Just Like This," is the Chainsmokers' first full-length album, though they'd previously scored two Top 40-charting EPs.

Drake's More Life now falls to #2, while another former chart-topper, Ed Sheeran's ÷ (Divide), gets pushed down to #3.

Meanwhile, Pentatonix has now scored their seventh top-10 release with the arrival of PTX Vol. IV: Classics, which enters the chart at #4.

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Monday
Apr172017

Phil Lesh, Eric Burdon confirmed to perform at 50th anniversary Monterey Pop festival

Another Planet Entertainment/ GoldenvoiceThe initial lineup for the 50th anniversary Monterey International Pop Festival has been confirmed, with performers set to perform at the event including three artists who played at the original fest: Grateful Dead bassist Phil Lesh, Animals singer Eric Burdon, and soul great Booker T. Jones. As previously reported, the 2017 Monterey Pop will take place June 16-18 at the same site as the 1967 edition of the festival -- Monterey County Fairgrounds in Monterey, California.

Lesh will be performing with his current group, The Terrapin Family Band, while Burdon will play with the latest incarnation of The Animals, and Jones, whose band Booker T. & the MG's hit the Monterey Pop stage in '67, will front an outfit called the Booker T. Stax Revue. Other acts on the bill include Jack Johnson, My Morning Jacket frontman Jim James, The Head and the Heart, Gary Clark Jr., North Mississippi Allstars, Norah Jones, and Father John Misty.

General-admission three-day passes and VIP tickets for Monterey International Pop Festival 50 will go on sale Friday, April 21, at 10 a.m. PT. Original Monterey Pop festival co-producer Lou Adler is overseeing the 50th anniversary event.

"The Monterey International Pop Festival cannot be duplicated but can be celebrated and will be, by the performers and the attendees at the 50th Anniversary festival," says Adler in a statement."

The 1967 Monterey Pop fest, which also was held June 16-18, was among the first high-profile rock festivals. The event featured such then-emerging acts as the Jimi Hendrix Experience, The Who, Jefferson Airplane and Big Brother and the Holding Company featuring Janis Joplin. The lineup also included headliners The Mamas & the Papas, as well as Simon & Garfunkel, Otis Redding, Canned Heat, The Byrds, Ravi Shankar -- Norah Jones' father -- and Buffalo Springfield.

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Monday
Apr172017

Phil Lesh, Eric Burdon confirmed to perform at 50th anniversary Monterey Pop festival

Another Planet Entertainment/ GoldenvoiceThe initial lineup for the 50th anniversary Monterey International Pop Festival has been confirmed, with three artists who played at the original fest scheduled to perform at this one: Grateful Dead bassist Phil Lesh, Animals singer Eric Burdon, and soul great Booker T. Jones. As previously reported, the 2017 Monterey Pop will take place June 16-18 at the same site as the 1967 edition of the festival -- Monterey County Fairgrounds in Monterey, California.

Lesh will be performing with his current group, The Terrapin Family Band, while Burdon will play with the latest incarnation of The Animals, and Jones, whose band Booker T. & the MG's hit the Monterey Pop stage in '67, will front an outfit called the Booker T. Stax Revue.

Other acts on the bill include Norah Jones, Gary Clark Jr., Jack Johnson, My Morning Jacket frontman Jim James, North Mississippi Allstars, and Regina Spektor.

General-admission three-day passes and VIP tickets for Monterey International Pop Festival 50 will go on sale Friday, April 21, at 10 a.m. PT. Original Monterey Pop festival co-producer Lou Adler is overseeing the 50th anniversary event.

"The Monterey International Pop Festival cannot be duplicated but can be celebrated and will be, by the performers and the attendees at the 50th Anniversary festival," says Adler in a statement."

The 1967 Monterey Pop fest, which also was held June 16-18, was among the first high-profile rock festivals. The event featured such then-emerging acts as the Jimi Hendrix Experience, The Who, Jefferson Airplane and Big Brother and the Holding Company featuring Janis Joplin. The lineup also included headliners The Mamas & the Papas, as well as Simon & Garfunkel, Otis Redding, Canned Heat, The Byrds, Ravi Shankar -- father of Norah Jones -- and Buffalo Springfield.

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Monday
Apr172017

Family recalls Ed Sheeran’s act of kindness for dying teen fan

Greg WilliamsEd Sheeran’s one act of kindness three years ago will stay with one family forever.

Back in 2014, he serenaded a terminally ill 15-year-old fan named Triona Priestly, just moments before she succumbed to cystic fibrosis. Triona’s brother, Aiden, recently recalled the memory on Ireland’s The Ray D’Arcy Show.  

“We were in this small little ICU room. Triona in this huge bed covered in tubes and machines," he said on the show. “…My brother left the room. He returned then and said, ‘I’m just going to put you on loud speaker real quick,’ and he clicks it, then Ed Sheeran comes on saying, ‘Hi Triona. I hear you’re a big fan.’”

Ed then played Triona her favorite song, “Little Bird.” At some point during the serenade, Triona was peaceful enough to pass on.

Aiden said they were so grateful that Ed had called, but they ended up having to rush him off the phone.

“The doctor lifts the stethoscope to tell us her heart had stopped,” he said. “And we take the mask off because she’d been on a machine to breathe -- and in that moment, I remember, a burst of light comes from the window and she smiled.”

Ed had been made aware of Triona’s situation by a Twitter campaign called #SongsForTri. After she passed, he tweeted, “Rest in peace Triona, so heartbreaking.”

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Monday
Apr172017

Harry Styles on top Down Under

Columbia RecordsAfter kicking Ed Sheeran out of the #1 spot on the charts in their U.K. homeland, Harry Styles has now done the same Down Under.

Billboard reports that Harry's new single "Sign of the Times" has debuted at #1 on the ARIA Singles Chart in Australia.  That means Ed's "Shape of You" has been pushed to second place after an amazing 13 weeks on top.

Harry's now the second One Direction member to top the Australian charts as a solo artist, following Zayn Malik, whose "Pillowtalk" hit #1 in February of 2016.

Later today, we'll find out how Harry's single did on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.  It's likely to enter in the Top 5.

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Monday
Apr172017

LCD Soundsystem books debut "SNL" performance

Taylor Hill/WireImageLCD Soundsystem have booked their debut appearance on Saturday Night Live.

The reunited James Murphy-led outfit will perform on the show's May 6 episode, which will be hosted by Star Trek actor Chris Pine.

Last week, LCD Soundsystem concluded a five-show residency in Brooklyn, New York, during which they debuted new songs. Perhaps that material will be performed during Saturday Night Live as well.

Saturday Night Live airs at 11:30 p.m. ET on NBC.

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Monday
Apr172017

Prince death investigation: Newly unsealed docs detail large amounts of narcotics found in Paisley Park 

Kevin Winter/Getty ImagesThis Friday will mark one year since Prince's untimely death, but only now are we learning new details surrounding the music icon and the drug use that killed him, thanks to investigative records unsealed Monday.

One revelation: in April of 2016, on the day Prince’s private plane landed in Moline, IL for a medical emergency, a Minnesota doctor named Todd Schulenberg prescribed oxycodone for the singer but put the prescription in the name of Prince's longtime friend and bodyguard, Kirk Johnson, “for Prince’s privacy.” 

The documents also show the extent to which detectives went to track down the source of the synthetic fentanyl that an autopsy determined was the drug that killed Prince. 

Investigators searched Prince's Paisley Park residence and recording studio, scoured an Apple laptop computer in his bedroom, and examined email accounts and phone records.  Even so, nothing suggests they're any closer to determining where Prince obtained the fentanyl.

The records also describe a large quantity of narcotics scattered throughout Paisley Park, despite Prince's reputation as being vehemently anti-drug. 

"There was a sizable amount of narcotic medications located inside Paisley Park,” one document said. "Many of those areas where the pills were located would be places Prince would frequent, such as his bedroom and wardrobe/laundry room.” 

The pills weren't stored in typical prescription bottles, but in “various other containers such as vitamin bottles.” Prince also had not been prescribed any of the controlled substances found in his home, the documents reveal. 

Also, associates interviewed by detectives said Prince had a history of going through withdrawals, which were believed to be the result of his abuse of prescription medication.

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Monday
Apr172017

Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper filming "A Star Is Born" scenes at Coachella

VALERIE MACON/AFP/Getty ImagesLady Gaga is making the most of her Coachella appearances. The "Million Reasons" singer will also be shooting scenes for her upcoming A Star Is Born remake, along with co-star/director Bradley Cooper

On Sunday, Warner Brothers tweeted a message inviting fans to "Be there when @ladygaga films for A #StarIsBorn on the #Coachella grounds nxt wk!used," and a link with all the details. The singer also used Coachella’s mobile app to relay the offer.

Shooting will take place Tuesday and Wednesday on the festival grounds, and participants are instructed to wear Denim and boots for the scene that will depict a country concert, according to the announcement. Attendees also are ordered to “Leave those pink Joanne hats at home” -- a reference to the bright pink cowboy hat Gaga sports on her Joanne album.

Participants must be at least 18 years of age and admission to the filming costs $10, with all proceeds going to Lady Gaga’s Born This Way Foundation.

This will mark the third remake of A Star Is Born, which originally came out in 1937. The first remake, in 1954, starred Judy Garland. A second, featuring Barbra Streisand and Kris Kristofferson, was released in 1976.

A Star Is Born, starring Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper, is slated for a 2018 release.

Lady Gaga is also scheduled to give a second Coachella performance next Saturday.

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Monday
Apr172017

"T-Shirt": It's more than just a #1 song to Thomas Rhett

ABC/Image Group LAIf you consider yourself a member of Thomas Rhett’s Home Team, you’ll want to make sure you’ve got the right outfit, and TR himself is here to help you out with that.

The singer has designed a new Home Team t-shirt in partnership with Project 615, a Nashville-based company that specializes in philanthropic apparel.

You can check out Thomas and his wife Lauren modeling the short-sleeved red shirt on social media, showing off a new Home Team logo that features the blue circle and three white stars from the Tennessee state flag.

All the proceeds from the $29.99 tee will go to 147 Million Orphans, a cause that's dear to TR and Lauren’s heart. In addition to having their own baby in August, they’re also adopting a little one from Africa through the organization.

You can order your t-shirt online, but you’d better hurry: the Home Team tee will only be available for the next couple weeks, through April 28.

Thomas Rhett plays two sold-out shows on his Home Team Tour in his hometown next Thursday and Friday, at Ascend Amphitheater in Nashville.

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Monday
Apr172017

Country star trivia

Comstock/ThinkstockLittle Big Town's new single, "Happy People," isn't the only happy tune to make the country singles chart. In 1972, Donna Fargo scored at #1 country hit and a #11 pop hit with this song about a female American who was simply elated about her relationship. Can you name it? ANSWER: "The Happiest Girl in the Whole U.S.A."

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Monday
Apr172017

Adam Levine's new movie "The Clapper" to premiere this weekend in NYC

Courtesy of THE CLAPPERAdam Levine's movie resume continues to expand: he's currently starring in a new romantic comedy that will premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival this weekend.

The film, called The Clapper, stars Ed Helms as Eddie Krumble, a widower who moves to LA and starts a career as a paid professional audience member for infomercials and live show tapings.  His enthusiasm catches the eye of a talk show host and his producer, Ralph Ranter, who's played by Adam. 

Together, they give Eddie 15 minutes of fame, but it ends up costing him his job, and threatens his romance with a gas station attendant, played by Amanda Seyfried.  The movie also stars Tracy Morgan as Eddie's best friend.

The Clapper will have its premiere this Sunday night.

As previously reported, Adam also appears in a comedy called Fun Mom Dinner, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival earlier this year.

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Monday
Apr172017

Yes Featuring Anderson, Rabin and Wakeman announce more North American tour dates

Credit: Deborah Anderson CreativeYes Featuring Jon Anderson, Trevor Rabin and Rick Wakeman, the Yes spinoff group that until this week was known as ARW, has added a few dates to its recently announced fall North American tour.

The new dates include shows on August 29 in Friant, California; September 8 in Welch, Minnesota; and September 21 in Port Chester, New York; as well as three concerts in Florida: October 10 in Melbourne, October 13 in West Palm Beach and October 14 in Miami. The Miami gig will serve as the closing date of the tour.

In addition, a previously announced show that had been scheduled for September 7 in Milwaukee has been moved to September 9, while a reported September 9 concert in Hammond, Indiana, has been removed from the group's itinerary.

Yes Featuring Jon Anderson, Trevor Rabin and Rick Wakeman features three Yes alums -- singer Jon Anderson, guitarist Trevor Rabin and keyboardist Rick Wakeman -- all of whom were inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame as members of the legendary prog-rock group this past Friday.

Prior to their North American outing, Yes Featuring Anderson, Rabin and Wakeman have a brief tour of Japan that kicks off Monday in Tokyo. The band also is slated to play shows in Poland and Germany on July 13 and July 165, respectively. For more info, visit YesFeaturingARW.com.

Here are all of the band's confirmed North American dates:

8/26 -- Stockton, CA, Bob Hope Theater
8/28 -- Saratoga, CA, Mountain Winery
8/29 -- Friant, CA, Table Mountain Casino*
8/31 -- Las Vegas, NV, Smith Center
9/2 -- Layton, UT, The Kenley Amphitheater
9/3 -- Littleton, CO, Hudson Gardens
9/5 -- Kansas City, MO, Kauffman Center
9/8 -- Welch, MN, Treasure Island Resort & Casino*
9/9 -- Milwaukee, WI, Riverside Theater+
9/12 -- Kettering, OH, Fraze Pavilion
9/13 -- Vienna, VA, Wolf Trap
9/15 -- Akron, OH, Goodyear Theater at East End
9/16 -- Toronto, ON, Canada, Massey Hall
9/18 -- Quebec City, QC, Canada, Grand Theatre du Quebec City
9/19 -- Montreal, QC, Canada, St. Denis Theatre
9/21 -- Port Chester, NY, Capitol Theatre*
9/23 -- Wallingford, CT, Toyota Oakdale Theatre
9/24 -- Brookville, NY, Tilles Center
9/27 -- Newark, NJ, New Jersey Performing Arts Center
9/29 -- Reading, PA, Santander Performing Arts Center
9/30 -- Trenton, NJ, Patriots Theater at the War Memorial
10/1 -- Philadelphia, PA, Verizon Hall at the Kimmel Center
10/4 -- Boston, MA, Orpheum Theater
10/5 -- Albany, NY, Palace Theatre*
10/7 -- Niagara Falls, NY, Seneca Casino
10/8 -- Red Bank, NJ, Count Basie Theatre
10/10 -- Melbourne, FL, King Center for the Performing Arts*
10/11 -- Clearwater, FL, Ruth Eckerd Hall
10/13 -- West Palm Beach, FL, Kravis Center for the Performing Arts*
10/14 -- Miami, FL, Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts*

* = newly added date
+ = show moved from September 7.

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