D’Angelo postpones one-off UK show to work on new album

The show was due to take place tomorrow (March 6)

D’Angelo has postponed his only scheduled UK show.

The gig, which was announced last year, was due to take place at London’s Eventim Apollo tomorrow (March 6).

The neo-soul singer’s management have now issued a statement confirming the gig has been pushed back. “As D’Angelo has been working in the studio, deep in the recording process, he apologises to any fans that this announcement might impact and is excited to see you all in June,” it reads.


“We thank you for your continued patience and cooperation and look forward to an amazing tour.”

The concert will now take place on June 21. Tickets for the sold out show will be valid for the new date.

The four-time Grammy Award winner last played in the UK in July 2015, where he played north London’s Roundhouse. At the now-summertime concert, he will perform alongside his All Star band, made up of guitarists Jesse Johnson and Isaiah Sharkey, drummer Karriem Riggins, and bassist Pino Palladino.

Members of D’Angelo’s band have in the past performed alongside artists including Paul McCartney, Kanye West, Prince and Common.

D’Angelo’s third and latest album – 2014’s Grammy-winning ‘Black Messiah‘ – was released after a 14-year hiatus and topped the US albums chart.

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