James Blunt's Some Kind Of Trouble Tour Continues
Custard/Atlantic recording artist James Blunt has announced details of his upcoming North American tour. The trek -- which celebrates the recent release of his 3rd album, "SOME KIND OF TROUBLE" -- begins November 24th at Sherbrooke, Quebec's Palais des Sports and then continues through a pair of eagerly awaited U.S. dates in early December, including Mystic, Connecticut's MGM Grand At Foxwoods on December 2nd and Atlantic City's Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa on December 3rd (see itinerary below). The British singer/songwriter's "Some Kind of Trouble Tour" is slated to continue into 2012.
Pre-sale tickets to the November/December dates will be available exclusively to members of jamesblunt.com beginning Monday, September 19th at 10 am (ET). All remaining tickets will then go on sale to the general public on Saturday, September 24th. For more details and ticket information, please visit http://jamesblunt.com.
Blunt is also poised to unveil his latest single/video, "Dangerous." The track's video clip will have its world premiere via jamesblunt.com on Monday, September 19th at 12 noon (ET). In the meantime, a stirring live version of "Dangerous" from the five-time Grammy-nominated troubadour's recent performance at Radio 2 Live: In Hyde Park can be viewed through October 10th at www.jamesblunt.com/news,dangerous-live-from-hyde-park_103.htm.
"SOME KIND OF TROUBLE" -- which includes the international smash singles, "Stay The Night" and "I'll Be Your Man" -- has proven a true global sensation. "Stay the Night," written by Blunt with Ryan Tedder (OneRepublic) and award-winning songwriter/producer Steve Robson (Carrie Underwood, Rascal Flatts, Take That), was Blunt's 2nd highest radio airplay single behind "You're Beautiful" and a top 10 favorite in a range of countries, including Austria, Belgium, Germany, Italy, Switzerland, The Netherlands, and Australia, where it also received platinum certification.