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Al Green To Return For First Live Concert Tour In Over Seven Years
GRAMMY-winning gospel soul legend Al Green has announced his return to the road this April for the first string of live concerts in over seven years. The 72-year-old singer
The eight-show run will surround Green's appearance New Orleans Jazz Fest on Apr. 28, kicking off on Apr. 24 in Austin, Texas and hitting Atlanta, New York, Chicago and more before wrapping in Los Angeles on May 9.
— AlGreen (@algreen) January 18, 2019
Just last year, Green released his first new single in over 10 years, "Before The Next Teardrop Falls." His most recent studio album was 2008's Lay It Down.
Green's most recent GRAMMY win came at the 58th GRAMMY Awards for Best Gospel Performance/Song for Kirk Franklin's "Wanna Be Happy?," which incorporated a sample of Green's "Tired Of Being Alone."
Tickets to catch Green live for the first time in a long time are available now via Ticketmaster.