Cassandra Wilson Releases Belly Of The Sun, Kicks Off Tour

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On March 26, singer Cassandra Wilson released Belly Of The Sun, her new album on Blue Note, a collection of tasty blues tunes recorded in Mississippi. In addition, Wilson began a 21-city U.S. tour March 23 with an appearance at the SFJazz Spring Season in San Francisco.

Other dates for her tour are:

March 28: Portland, Ore., Aladdin Theater
March 29: Vancouver, B.C., Vogue Theater
March 30: Seattle, Moore Theater
April 3: Anaheim, Calif., The Grove
April 4: Los Angeles, Wiltern Theater
April 7: Denver, Paramount Theater
April 9: St. Louis, The Pageant
April 10: Madison, Wis., The Orpheum Theater
April 11: St. Paul, Minn., Fitzgerald Theater
April 13: Akron, Ohio, Highland Theater
April 14: Greensberg, Pa., Palace Theater
April 15: Lexington, Ken., Kentucky Theater
April 16: Atlanta, Variety Playhouse
April 18: Tampa Bay, Fla., Tampa Bay Performing Arts Center
April 20: West Palm Beach, Fla., Carefree Theater
April 25: Washington, D.C., Lisner Auditorium
April 27: Boston, Symphony Hall
April 28: Northampton, Mass., Calvin Theater
May 25: New York, Carnegie Hall
May 29: Atlantic City, N.J., Trump Plaza Hotel
May 30: Saratoga Springs, N.Y., Saratoga Performing Arts Center

For more information on Wilson, go to her web site at www.jazztrance.com.



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