John Legend UK tour
Updated: 25 June 2014
John Legend tours the UK in October in support of his hit album Love In The Future.
The singer-songwriter will bring his All Of Me tour to the UK with dates in Manchester, Newcastle, Cardiff, Nottingham and Birmingham. The John Legend tour includes a final date at the Eventim Hammersmith Apollo in London on 16 October 2014.
The tour is in support of 2013’s Love In The Future. The album includes his hit single All Of Me, which spent nine weeks in the Top 10 on the UK charts.
Constantly praised for his live performances, John Legend’s mix of soulful voice and piano talent will capture any crowd on the John Legend tour. Be sure to find your John Legend tickets in order to see the acclaimed singer live and hear his new album and older hits from You & I, Ordinary People to Made To Love.
John Legend tickets for his All Have Me tour have sold out in over 60 cities in the US and will now include dates in South Africa following his UK shows. The John Legend tour, An Evening With John Legend, will see John Legend perform a mixture of his old hits along with showcasing his new material from the album All Of Me.
About John Legend
The multi-platinum, award winning R&B superstar, John Legend released his latest album Love In The Future last year. The album cemented his position as one of the today’s most talent musicians selling over half a million copies in the UK and landing him a Grammy award nomination.
Love In The Future includes John Legend’s hit single, All Of Me, which has spent nine weeks in the Top 10 on the Official UK Singles Chart. It is John Legend’s fourth studio album and a follow-up his collaborative album with The Roots, Wake Up! (2010).
In 2008, John Legend released the Billboard 100 topping Evolver. The album saw John Legend embark on a hugely successful world tour with sold out UK dates.
John Legend, whose real name is John Stevens, started out as a session vocalist and pianist but soon his raw talent and piano skills got him noticed with the right people. John Legend recorded some vocals for Kanye West and it was here that he received his big break. Kanye quickly signed John Legend to his own label.
Respected amongst fans and his peers, John Legend has collaborated with a string of stellar artists, including Kanye West, Outkast’s Andre3000 and R&B shooting star, Estelle, amongst many others.
His latest album included collaborations with the likes of Rick Ross, Kimbra and Seal. Love In The Future not only shows John Legend’s talent as a songwriter but saw him gain new ground musically.
The forthcoming John Legend concerts will be the first chance for UK fans to hear John Legend play songs off Love In The Future live.
Throughout the years John Legends’ tours, stage presence and music have all been commended by the industry with the singer racking up a number of awards and nominations.
John Legend has received 21 Grammy Award nominations and won nine including wining the Best Male R & B Vocal Performance, which proves why John Legend concerts are not to be missed.
One of John Legends most critically acclaimed songs was the 2005 track Ordinary People. Ordinary People earned John Legend a Grammy Award, along with two other Grammy Award nominations, a nomination for a MOBO Award and three MTV Video Music Award nominations, among others. The track was written and produced by John Legend and Will.I.Am for his debut album.
John Legend announced his UK tour in May 2014. The American singer, who has played very few UK shows, initially announced a six-date tour but quickly expanded the John Legend tour with two additional dates. The extra dates will take place in Manchester and London and follow the high interest and demand in John Legend tickets.
John Legend’s 2014 album, Love In the Future, was his highest charting album in the UK. The album peaked at No.2 on the UK charts with its single, All Of Me, also reaching the No.2 spot. Previously, John Legend had a UK Top Ten with his 2006 release Once Again.
The breakthrough hit All Of Me, that is the title of his forthcoming tour, has sold over 700,000 copies to date according to the Official Charts Company. It is currently No.3 in the UK’s Top 40 midyear chart and has spent a whopping 18 weeks in the Top 10 of the official singles chart.