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MAXWELL in concert
MAXWELL in TOLEDO, OH @ Huntington Center June 15th
Debuts Video for "Gods" Exclusively via TIDAL
Ledisi will open for Maxwell with Leela James to also play.
Doors open: TBA
Tickets on sale Friday March 31st at 10am at The Huntington Center Box Office and Ticketmaster.com
Ticket prices: $46.00, $56.00, $66.00, & $86.00
Today, TIDAL exclusively debuted the Philip Andelman-directed music video for “Gods,” the “sparkling” (Pitchfork) cut from Maxwell's recent album ‘blackSUMMERS’night’ (Columbia). Shot in various Los Angeles locations, Maxwell says "inspiration stemmed from having an experience of sort of seeing the spiritual parallel universe--that which can't be seen. Art is subjective, visions evolve and I want fans to interpret the video on their own. I hope they enjoy it."
Watch the video here: http://tidal.com/us/maxwell
Maxwell has had a busy past 12 months. In July, he released his much-anticipated ‘blackSUMMERS’night,’ the second installment of his musical trilogy encompassing his 20+ year career. The album garnered praise from Rolling Stone, SPIN, Complex, NPR and more, and the album earned him his third-Grammy (Best R&B Song for “Lake By The Ocean”), an NAACP Image Award (Outstanding Male Artist), and a Soul Train Award (Best R&B/Soul Male Artist).
In November, Maxwell embarked on the co-headlining The King and Queen of Hearts World Tour with Mary J. Blige, which took him to arenas around the world. Maxwell kicked off 2017 by performing at the Women’s March on Washington D.C. in January, and this Summer he will be performing songs off 'blackSUMMERS'night' along with hits from his long-standing career.
TIDAL member ticket pre-sale goes live March 28th at 10AM local time & public onsales begin starting March 31st at 10am local times.
Artist VIP Packages that include meet & greets with all artists will be available starting March 28th via Future Beat. Additionally, $1 from every ticket purchased will be donated to Artists for Peace and Justice.
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