I’ve waited a lifetime for this twosome to duet. I’m glad they finally did. I can’t complain, but like the girl on those AT&T commercials … sigh
“we want more, we want more!
Maxwell used the note below on his official Facebook page to tell his fans about the reason he had to cancel his summer tour.
Maxwell has regretfully been forced to cancel all concert appearances this summer. The Grammy award-winning singer/songwriter has been advised by his doctors to take complete vocal rest after developing definitive vocal cord edema and a vocal cord hemorrhage.
Says Maxwell: “I know this sucks but after many months of recording I’ve temporarily damaged my voice. I’ve had issues before during other tours, but was able to power through. I’ve been strongly advised to rest and undergo treatment. I look forward to hopefully seeing you next on our full-fledged tour, when the sequel to the BLACKSUMMERS’NIGHT trilogy is released. My deepest apologies to those who made the effort to try and see the show. Love and Thanks, M”
The affected dates are:
7/20 – 21 – Los Angeles, CA @ Staples Center
7/27 – 28 – Atlanta, GA @ Phillips Arena
8/3 – 4 Newark, NJ @ Prudential Center
Refunds are available at the point of purchase. Tickets purchased via the internet and charge by phone will be automatically credited to your credit card.
For two nights in three cities (Los Angeles, Atlanta and New Jersey), Maxwell will do his four albums in full, such as “Maxwell’s Urban Hang Suite”, “Embrya”, “Now” and “BLACKsummers’night”. He will do his first two albums on the first night in each city and his other two albums on the second night.
Check out the tour dates below:
7/20 – Los Angeles, CA, Staples Center (“Maxwell’s Urban Hang Suite” and “Embrya”)
7/21 – Los Angeles, CA, Staples Center (“Now” and “BLACKsummers’night”)
7/27 – Atlanta, GA, Phillips Arena (“Maxwell’s Urban Hang Suite” and “Embrya”)
7/28 – Atlanta, GA, Phillips Arena (“Now” and “BLACKsummers’night”)
8/03 – Newark, NJ, Prudential Center (“Maxwell’s Urban Hang Suite” and “Embrya”)
8/04 – Newark, NJ, Prudential Center (“Now” and “BLACKsummers’night”)