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Raphael Saadiq Announces Fall Tour with Janelle Monae and Anjulie

Ashley Cooper

Raphael Saadiq has answered his fans' hopes by planning an all new winter tour for this year, which kicks off in Seattle in November and ends in Minneapolis in December. This tour, which features his first live shows since appearing at a bunch of festivals this summer, from the Essence Music Festical to Bonnaroo, to positive reviews, will also showcase Canadian chanteuse Anjulie and Grammy nominee Janelle Monae.

Raphael Saadiq has been playing music since he was six years old, working up the charts as a member of the trio Tony! Toni! Tone! and then with supergroup Lucy Pearl. His current album, The Way I See It, was on many critics' "best of" lists for the year 2008.

Saadiq's brand of R&B is part dance, part philosophical, part feel good, and all pure energy. He is positive, engaging and talented, and is known for working with such artists as Joss Stone, Stevie Wonder, and Jay-Z, and for writing "I Can See In Color" for Mary J. Blige, so his tour should not be missed.


Nov. 16th Seattle, WA-Sodo

Nov. 17th Portland, OR- Portland

Nov. 18th Oakland, CA- Fox

Nov. 20th Los Angeles, CA- Wiltern

Nov. 21st Las Vegas, NV- House of Blues

Nov. 24th Dallas, TX- House of Blues

Nov. 25th Houston, TX- House of Blues

Nov. 28th Miami, FL- [email protected] Gleason

Nov. 30th Atlanta, GA- Centerstage

Dec. 02nd Philadelphia, PA- Electric Factory

Dec. 04th New York, NY- Terminal 5

Dec. 05th Atlantic City, NJ- House of Blues

Dec. 06th Baltimore, MA- Rams Head

Dec. 07th Washington DC- Club 930

Dec. 09th Boston, MA- House of Blues

Dec. 11th Toronto, ON- Kool House

Dec. 12th Montreal QC- Metropolis

Dec. 14th Chicago IL- Park West

Dec. 15th Chicago IL- Park West

Dec. 16th Minneapolis, MN- First Ave

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