New Orleans-based R&B and soul singer Ledisi was thrilled to announce her upcoming U.S. venture titled 'Let Love Rule'. For this reason, Ledisi is taking the high voltage show to major cities across the United States including Orlando, Greenville, Atlantic City, Boston, Detroit, Hammond, Nashville, Memphis, and more. Ledisi tour schedule of 'Let Love Rule' trek jump coincidence with the beginning of summer 2018 and starts on May 25 in Raleigh, NC, at the Ritz and cruises through June 17 with a final stop set in Dallas, TX, at the Majestic Theatre. You can get the full routing and Ledisi tour dates below and grab 'Let Love Rule' if you haven't already. Ledisi tour tickets for the upcoming tour go on sale Fri., March 2 and can be purchased here.
Ledisi is recognized as one of today's most talented R&B and soul performers. The upcoming Ledisi tour is slated to promote her latest studio record titled ‘Let Love Rule’ released on September 22 via Verve Records. The twelve-time Grammy nominee continues to delight her fans with high-qualitative music, and her eighth studio album 'Let Love Rule' confirmed this fact. During the recording of high-anticipated LP Ledisi had collaborated with a variety of acclaimed musicians and producers including John Legend, BJ the Chicago Kid, Kirk Franklin, Sebastian Kole (Alessia Cara), DJ Camper (Mary J. Blige), DJ Khalil (Eminem) and Prince Charlez (Rihanna, Beyoncé). “High” is one of the most successful tracks from the new album and at the same time its lead single, it is a departure from Ledisi’s regular sound, penned by Prince Charlez. Joining Ledisi tour, as supports will Canadian R&B singer Melanie Fiona and New York-based neo-soul singer-songwriter and guitarist Tweet.
In general, Ledisi shows across North America will contain new songs from her sophomore LP under the title 'Let Love Rule' including its Grammy-nominated singles "High" and "All the Way".
The first Ledisi's steps in the musical path and first-ever revealing her incredible deep jazz voice to the general public began with her participation in the band called Anibade in 1995. Due to the fact band's attempts to sign a contract with a recording studio failed, they created their own label LeSun Records with Sundra Manning. Eventually, by dint of band's common efforts, their first full-fledged LP was issued under the title 'Take Time'. By the way, the album has gained wide success and given a big opportunity to solo endeavor for the singer. Ledisi then was on the right path, cause in subsequent years she gained even more achievements. For all her activities Ledisi had released eight studio albums, received twenty Grammy nominations, and also got world recognition as a talented soul singer. In particular, her second studio album, Feeling Orange but Sometimes Blue, won the 2002 "Outstanding Jazz Album" nomination at the California Music Awards. Another no less important event in the singer's music career was in 2007, along with the release of her next music opus - Lost & Found, which in turn brought the singer two Grammy nominations and a large number of sales of the album over 200,000 copies. However, to date, her most profitable studio record is Pieces of Me (2011). Moreover, Ledisi always had another passion except for music, she also starred in several films and presented herself as an actress. In particular, she played in the movie Selma (as Mahalia Jackson) in 2014. At this moment, Ledisi retains the reputation of a charismatic prolific soul singer, for whom the quality of music is primarily more important than social status.