Tamar Braxton steps out in front of the crowd again with a string of show dates. On April 30 and May 1, the Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter will perform back-to-back shows at Bethesda Blues and Jazz in Bethesda, Maryland.
Braxton will then feature additional dates in May and June, most of which will be festivals and other R&B-led events, including the Nashville R&B Festival. Keith Sweat, 112, Monica and Tevin Campbell are also featured on some shows featuring Braxton.
September 3, which happens to be the anniversary of Braxton’s acclaimed album love and warit will occur at love labor day concert in Tupelo, Mississippi.
Revealing the date list on Instagram, Braxton wrote in the caption for fans getting tickets that she “will have something special and NEW” for them.
Tickets are available on certain platforms where they are sold.
In June 2021, Braxton said entertainment tonight she was working on two new albums. The announcement came years after she claimed 2017 blue bird of happiness would be his final studio album.
Talk to Brice Sander from ET, Braxton revealed“I’ve said it before, it’s my best work to date, but it’s my best Tamar to date, so so it’s my super best work to date. It’s me who lives in my truth, being this new Tamar, this new relationship with myself, and I really like the music coming out of me now.
Braxton said several difficult life events, including a personal situation from the summer of 2020, would be delivered as music.
“I’m definitely talking about those dark times and definitely those times when I needed help and didn’t know how to cry out for it,” she said. Express.
“And so it’s a lot of inspiring and magical songs that will really help people who don’t know where to turn and who need to be healed and don’t know how to heal.”
In the fall of 2020, Braxton nearly hit No. 1 on Billboard’s Adult R&B Airplay chart with “Crazy Kinda Love.” The Whitney Houston inspired tune peaked at No. 2, becoming Braxton’s seventh top 10 single. The most impressive thing is that she made ten songs appear on this chart.
Braxton contributed to Maverick City Music’s Grammy-nominated album Jubilee: Juneteenth Edition on the song “Sunday Morning”. She also appeared on Elijah Blake’s latest album The Neon Eon.
In the acting world, Braxton is set to recur in BET+’s new original series, Kingdom Affairs, with Yolanda Adams and Serayah. The gospel drama series will air on May 19.
Tamar Braxton 2022 Tour Dates
April 30 — Bethesda, MD @ Bethesda Blues and Jazz
May 1 — Bethesda, MD @ Bethesda Blues and Jazz
May 19 — Detroit, MI @ Sound Board at MotorCity Casino Hotel
May 27 – Washington, D.C. @ TBA
June 4 – Nashville, TN @ Bridgestone Arena
June 5 – Birmingham, AL @ Legacy Arena at BJCC
June 11 – Greensboro, NC @ Greensboro Coliseum Complex
June 24 – Minneapolis, MN @ Target Center
July 22 – Orlando, Florida @ Amway Center
September 3 – Tupelo, MS @ BancorpSouth Arena