John Legend is about to stay real busy despite the fact that his judging days on Duets are over. The “Ordinary People” singer is hitting the road on a now 26-City tour in support of his forthcoming album ‘Love in the Future’ in stores September 3. The nine-time Grammy Award winner recently debuted his “Made to Love” music video; the song has the same title as his upcoming tour. The artistic, beautiful video is representative of Legend’s soulful sound and his confidence to show his true colors. The single is the second off his upcoming fourth studio album, an album he began working on after his 50-date tour with Sade in 2011. The first single off the R&B singer’s album “Who Do We Think We Are” featured Rick Ross. Legend’s album also includes a song “Angel (Interlude)” featuring Stacy Barthe.
“It was time for some new music, so we’re ready to go”
The “Green Light” singer will begin his Made to Love Tour with opening act Tamar Braxton at the MGM Grand Foxwoods in Mashantucket, CT on October 20 and finish at Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles, CA on December 1. John Legend has two New York concerts at Beacon Theatre and Seattle concerts at Paramount Theatre-WA on his schedule. The North American trek this fall will hit major cities like Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Detroit, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Miami, Minneapolis, and Nashville. John Legend’s Phoenix concert at Comerica Theatre has been canceled.
John Legend tickets for his Made to Love Tour are averaging $189. The Starlight Award winner’s Austin concert is the most expensive (avg. $301) while John Legend Minneapolis tickets are the cheapest (avg. $88).