Keith Sweat and Montell Jordan announce UK tour dates

UK TOUR: Keith Sweat

US R&B and New Jack Swing legends Keith Sweat and Montell Jordan have announced a set of UK tour dates for March 2020. 

The tour includes dates in Manchester at the O2 Ritz on 26 March 26, indigo2 London on March 28 and O2 Birmingham Institute on March 29, tickets for the TCO and Geestar Empire tour are available now.

Born and raised in New York, singer-songwriter, record producer and with a career spanning four decades, Keith Sweat was one of the pioneers of the New Jack Swing movement in the 90s. Best known for his hit singles such as I Want Her, Make it Last Forever, Twisted and Nobody, he has released 13 solo albums, discovered the iconic 90s groups Silk and Kut Klose and released music and toured as a part of R&B super-group LSG alongside Gerald Levert and Johnny Gill.

Montell Jordan’s debut single This Is How We Do It reached number one on the Billboard Hot 100 and went on to become a global hit, which is still played heavily across the world.  His debut album went platinum and sold over a million copies and he went on to release follow-up hits such as Somethin’ 4 Da Honeyz, Let’s Ride, I Like and Get it on Tonite. In addition to his own impressive discography, as a songwriter and producer he has also crafted hits for the likes of Sisqo, Deborah Cox and Christina Milian.

Promising to be full of nostalgia, stellar R&B jams and Keith and Montell’s show-stopping, soulful vocals, this upcoming tour is one not to be missed.

Keith Sweat and Montell Jordan 2020 tour dates:

Thursday March 26      O2 Ritz Manchester
Saturday March 28       indigo2 London
Sunday March 29         O2 Birmingham Institute

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