Announced today (Oct. 26), the North American tour will include a run of intimate shows at theaters across the US, as each artist brings their soulful catalogs to the stage.
The tour will kick off in January 2022, and will include stops in Fort Lauderdale, Atlanta, Charlotte, Dallas, and the historic Ryman Auditorium in Nashville. Tickets go on sale to the general public starting Friday, Oct. 29, at 10 a.m. local time.
Both Grammy-winning artists have numerous accolades to their names. Corinne Bailey Rae recently celebrated the 15th anniversary of her self-titled debut album with a deluxe vinyl reissue, which originally hit No. 1 on the UK charts in 2006 and featured global hits “Put Your Records On” and “Like A Star.”
She went on to win two MOBO Awards, for Best UK Newcomer and Best UK Female, a Mojo Award for Best New Act, and was nominated for Best UK & Ireland Act at the MTV Europe Music Awards.
She followed up the success of her debut with her sophomore LP, The Sea, which was nominated for the prestigious Mercury Music Prize.
Bailey Rae’s success has lead her to composing music for film and television, including the theme to Stan Lee’s Lucky Man (SKY1). She also recorded “The Scientist” for Fifty Shades Darker opening title and soundtrack, and more recently, she co-wrote the song “New to Me” for the 2020 film The High Note, performed in the film by Tracee Ellis Ross.
Stone is also no stranger to critical acclaim. She quickly shot to fame with her multi-platinum debut album The Soul Sessions and her follow-up Mind Body & Soul, which topped the UK charts, becoming one of the best-selling soul artists of the 2000s.
Stone is currently at work, collaborating with Eurythmics co-founder Dave Stewart on a new album that will be released soon on Bay Street Records.
Visit the official site for ticket details and tour information and view the full itinerary below.
Corinne Bailey Rae and Joss Stone 2022 Tour Dates:
Jan. 19-22 – Capital Jazz SuperCruise
Jan. 23 – Orlando, Dr. Phillips Center @ Walt Disney Theater
Jan. 25 – Fort Lauderdale, Florida @ Parker Playhouse
Jan. 26 – Clearwater, Florida @ Ruth Eckerd Hall
Jan. 28 – Savannah, Georgia @ Johnny Mercer Theatre
Jan. 29 – North Charleston, South Carolina @ North Charleston Coliseum & Performing Arts Center
Jan. 31 – Atlanta @ Woodruff Arts Center
Feb. 2 – Charlotte @ Ovens Auditorium
Feb. 3 – Nashville @ Ryman Auditorium
Feb. 5 – Asheville, North Carolina @ Thomas Wolfe Auditorium
Feb 8 – Houston @ The Terminal
Feb. 10 – Austin @ ACL Live at the Moody
Feb. 11 – Dallas @ Majestic Theatre