John Legend Announces "Made To Love" Tour feat. Tamar Braxton | Tickets on Sale Sept. 20th, 2013

GRAMMY AWARD-WINNING ARTIST
JOHN LEGEND

BRINGS “MADE TO LOVE” TOUR TO
LOS ANGELES



Award Winning Singer Tamar Braxton Confirmed as Supporting Act

NOKIA THEATRE L.A. LIVE
DECEMBER 1

ON SALE FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 20 AT 10 AM


(Los Angeles, CA) –  With John Legend's fourth solo studio album, Love in the Future (G.O.O.D. Music/Columbia), in stores now and receiving critical acclaim, on-sale details for his December 1st Nokia Theatre L.A. LIVE concert appearance have just been announced.  

Tickets for John Legend's highly-anticipated Los Angeles performance will be available starting Friday, September 20th at 10 a.m.  They will be available online at www.AXS.com and www.ticketmaster.com and by phone at 888.929.7849.

Legend recently released “Made to Love,” the second single from Love in the Future. The single - a follow up to the critically acclaimed “Who Do We Think We Are,” featuring Rick Ross - was produced by Dave Tozer, Nana Kwabena, Kanye West and Da Internz and is available digitally at smarturl.it/madetolove. The song's video was created from a concept by Yoann Lemoine (Drake/Rihanna, "Take Care;" Lana Del Rey, "Born To Die;" Woodkid, "Iron”) and was directed by acclaimed fashion photographer Daniel Sannwald.

Love In the Future, John Legend's first solo release in five years, features production by Legend and longtime collaborators Kanye West and Dave Tozer. 

Legend recently performed Love In the Future's "All of Me" on Oprah's "Next Chapter" and the Late Show with David Letterman.  He also gave a full concert appearance on Hello Beautiful's Interludes.

 

About John Legend:
Ohio-born John Legend is a critically acclaimed, multi-award winning, platinum-selling singer-songwriter.  He’s sold an impressive seven million albums worldwide.  His work has garnered him nine Grammy Awards, three Soul Train Awards, the BET Award for Best New Artist and the special Starlight Award from the Songwriters Hall of Fame.  A graduate of University of Pennsylvania where he studied English and African-American literature, Legend participated in a wide range of musical activities while in college. During the same period, Legend was introduced to Lauryn Hill, who hired him to play piano on her track "Everything Is Everything," and shortly thereafter he began to play shows around the Philadelphia area, eventually expanding his audience base to New York, Boston, Atlanta and Washington D.C.  After college, Legend was introduced to then up-and-coming hip-hop artist Kanye West, who quickly signed Legend to his G.O.O.D. Music imprint and hired him to sing vocal hooks on some of his music.  Legend started gaining momentum through a series of similar collaborations with established artists, adding vocals to an impressive list of chart-topping hits including West's "All of the Lights," Jay-Z's "Encore" and back-up vocals on Alicia Keys' 2003 song, "You Don't Know My Name."  Legend’s debut album, Get Lifted, was released in December of 2004 through Columbia Records.  The critically acclaimed album spawned the artist's first hit single, “Ordinary People,” and scored Legend multiple Grammy Awards in 2006, including Best R&B Album, Best New Artist and Best Male R&B Vocal Performance.  The follow up was 2006’s platinum-selling Once Again, which brought Legend another Grammy, Best Male R&B Performance, for his single “Heaven,” and included collaborations with Kanye West, will.i.am and Raphael Saadiq. Legend’s next release was 2008’s Evolver, led by the hit single "Green Light" featuring Andre 3000. Legend's most recent effort was his 2010 collaboration with the Roots, Wake Up, which won the Grammy for Best R&B Album a year later.

Throughout his career, John has worked to make a difference in the lives of others. In 2007, he launched the Show Me Campaign (ShowMeCampaign.org), an initiative that focuses on education as a key to break the cycle of poverty. The 2010 BET Humanitarian of the Year award, the 2009 CARE Humanitarian Award for Global Change, the 2009 Bishop John T. Walker Distinguished Humanitarian Service Award from Africare and the 2011 Harvard Foundation Artist of the Year Award recognize Legend's efforts and leadership in this arena. John sits on the boards of The Education Equality Project, Teach for America, Stand for Children and the Harlem Village Academies and co-chairs the Harlem Village Academies’ National Leadership Board.

 

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