The star will be promoting new album 'Now' with Alicia Keys...

Soul singer MAXWELL, whose third studio album, 'NOW' is due for release in September, has announced a string of Stateside dates with current soul sensation ALICIA KEYS in support.

Keys[/url]' debut album, 'Songs In A Minor' has returned to the top of the US Billboard album charts, beating new releases from D-12 and P Diddy, while Maxwell fans should expect a new single from him, 'Gotta Get To Know Ya', on August 6.

The full dates are:
Irving Plaza, New York (August 13)
Apollo Theatre, New York (14)
Roseland, New York (17)
Hammerstein Ballroom, New York (19)
Beacon Theatre, New York (20)
City Center, New York (24)
Madison Square Garden, New York (25)
DAR Constitution Hall, Washington (September 8)
DAR Constitution Hall, Washington (9)
DAR Constitution Hall, Washington (11)
DAR Constitution Hall, Washington (12)
Chastain Park Amphitheatre, Atlanta (14)
Chastain Park Amphitheatre, Atlanta (15)
Sunrise Musical Theatre Sunrise, Florida (17)
Hard Rock Live, Orlando (18)
Ovens Auditorium, Charlotte (20)
Midland Theatre, Kansas City (22)
Riverside Theatre, Milwaukee (25)
Northrop Auditorium, Minneapolis (26)
Arie Crown Theatre, Chicago (28)
Arie Crown Theatre Chicago (29)
DeVos Hall, Grand Rapids (October 1)
Murat Centre, Indianapolis (2)
Palace Theatre, Columbus (4)
Convention Centre Cleveland (5)

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