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Sade

Sade

Sade Tickets

Sade tickets are finally available after the singer's first album in a decade! This is the first Sade tour in years and many are desperate to find concert tickets to see her tour stateside, a tour she is co-headlining with John Legend. The North American batch of Sade concert dates begins with a show at the 1dt Mariner Arena in Baltimore, Maryland in April 16, 2011. The North American tour will include 47 concert dates and last until September 3, 2011. She and John legend will play more than a couple multi-night performances in the same city. Sade and Legend will play in Chicago and Los Angeles three consecutive nights and will perform in Oakland and Anaheim for back-to-back nights. Sade tickets are definitely in demand so find your great seats from OnlineSeats, the secondary ticket broker with the best ticket prices.



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Sade

Sade Tour

When Sade first came on the recording scene in the '80s, her record company, Epic, made a point of printing 'pronounced shar-day' after her name on the record labels of her releases. Soon enough the world would have no problem in correctly pronouncing her name especially when asking for Sade tickets. Born Helen Folasade Adu in a village 50 miles from Lagos, the capitol of Nigeria, she was the daughter of an African father and an English mother. After her mother returned to England, Sade grew up on the North End of London.

Developing a good singing voice in her teens, Sade worked part-time jobs in and outside of the music business. She listened to Ray Charles, Nina Simone, Al Green, Aretha Franklin, and Billie Holliday. Sade studied fashion design at St. Martin's School of Art in London while also doing some modeling on the side.

Her debut album, Diamond Life (with overall production by Robin Millar), went Top Ten in the U.K. in late 1984. January 1985 saw the album released on CBS' Portrait label and by spring it went platinum off the strength of the Top Ten singles 'Smooth Operator' and 'Hang on to Your Love.' Her third album, Promise (November 1985), featured 'Never As Good As the First Time' and arguably her signature song, 'The Sweetest Taboo,' which stayed on the U.S. pop charts for six months. Sade was so popular that some radio stations reinstated the '70s practice of playing album tracks, adding 'Is It a Crime' and 'Tar Baby' to their play lists. In 1986, Sade won a Grammy for Best New Artist.

Sade's third album was 1988's Stronger Than Pride and featured her first number one soul single 'Paradise,' 'Nothing Can Come Between Us,' and 'Keep Looking.' A new Sade album didn't appear for four years. 1992's Love Deluxe continued the unbroken streak of multi-platinum Sade albums, spinning off the hits 'No Ordinary Love,' 'Feel No Pain,' and 'Pearls.' While the album's producer Mike Pela, Matthewman, Denman, and Hale have gone on to other projects. The new millennium did spark a new scene for Sade. She issued Lovers Rock in fall 2000 and incorporated more mainstream elements than ever before. Debut single 'By Your Side' was also a hit among radio and adult-contemporary listeners. The following summer, Sade embarked on her first tour in more than a decade, selling out countless dates across America. In early 2002, she celebrated the success of the tour by releasing her first ever live album and DVD, Lovers Live.

For the next seven years Sade fans wondered what happened to this once celebrated soul and R&B fan. Sade Adu and the rest of the band came back together in 2005 to record the song Mum for the Voices for Darfur DVD. Though the listeners appreciated this song and its humanitarian effort, they wanted more. They wanted a new album to buy and a new tour to purchase Sade tickets for.

Years later, in November 2008, a press release announced that Sade planned to release a new album. The speculative release mentioned sometime in the year 2009, but after actually recording the album, Sade has chosen to release the new album, Soldier of Love, on February 8, 2010. A single, the title track, landed on the group's website and hit radio stations on December 8, 2009.

The quiet storm has been a long time coming and the rumors have a Sade tour coming soon. Get your latest tour news and your Sade tickets through OnlineSeats for the best seats at an affordable price to see this amazing singer in concert.

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