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09/13 - TORONTO, ON - REBEL 
09/14 - LAS VEGAS, NV - BROOKLYN BOWL 
09/16 - LOS ANGELES, CA - THE NOVO  
 
09/18 - SAN DIEGO, CA - OBSERVATORY NORTH PARK 
09/19 - SANTA ANA, CA - THE OBSERVATORY 
09/21 - SAN FRANCISCO, CA - THE WARFIELD  
09/23 - PORTLAND, OR - ROSELAND THEATER 
09/24 - VANCOUVER, BC - P.N.E. FORUM 
10/20 - ATLANTA, GA - THE FOX THEATRE 
 

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Born in the Bronx, New York, Blige began moving people with her soulful voice when at 18 she signed with Andre Harrell’s Uptown Records in 1989, becoming the MCA-distributed label’s youngest and first female artist. Influenced at an early age by the music of Aretha Franklin, Chaka Khan and Gladys Knight, Blige brought her own gritty, urban-rooted style—fusing hip-hop, soul and honest, frank lyrics—to the forefront on her 1992 debut album What’s the 411? The multi-platinum set, executive produced by Sean “Diddy” Combs, quickly spun off several hits, including two R&B No. 1s: You Remind Me and Real Love.

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