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May 7, 2019

Al Green live on stage for the first time in seven years!

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The Reverend Al Green, the Last of the Great Soul Singers has announced that 2019 will see him embark on his first live dates in seven years! Supported by funksters Tank and the Bangras and folk band The War and the Treaty, he'll be bringing his smooth tones to select cities in the south. An undisputable soul superstar, his long career has seen him sell millions of copies of his hits, with the instantly recognizable, 'Let's Stay Together','Tired of Being Alone' and 'I'm Still in Love With You' still in heavy rotation on radio stations, in movies and at weddings the world over!

First coming to prominence in the 70s, the 72-year-old splits his time between music and his Ministry, which he set up after becoming ordained in 1974. His last record was 2008's Lay it Down, but in fall 2018 surprised everyone when released the single 'Last Time Before the Next Time'. Here's hoping that this latest jaunt will foretell more new music from the iconic Green.

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Performance date: 7 May 2019

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