Annie Lennox's touring commitments in support of her forthcoming album, "Bare," will commence March 26 in Miami. The 2002 Billboard Century Award honoree will play 18 dates in North America, and has c

Annie Lennox's touring commitments in support of her forthcoming album, "Bare," will commence March 26 in Miami. The 2002 Billboard Century Award honoree will play 18 dates in North America, and has confirmed three European shows: May 23 in Zurich, and June 6-7 in London.

The shows will feature no opening act. According to a statement, the upcoming concerts "will have a uniquely intimate atmosphere, reflecting her incredible repertoire from both her solo career and [as a member of the] Eurythmics."

As first reported here last week, "Bare" is due June 10 in the U.S. via J Records, and a day earlier worldwide via BMG. The album is the follow-up to 1995's "Medusa" and 1992's "Diva," both released via Arista. Those album have sold 1.8 million and 2.6 million copies in the U.S., according to Nielsen SoundScan, and a total of 12 million worldwide, according to J.

Here are Annie Lennox' upcoming tour dates:

March 26: Miami, (Gusman Centre)
March 28: Tampa, Fla. (Tampa Theatre
March 30: Atlanta (Symphony Hall)
April 1: Chicago (Shubert Theatre)
April 2: Detroit (The Scottish Rite)
April 4: Toronto (Toronto Centre for Performing Arts)
April 7: Montreal (St Denis Theatre)
April 9: Philadelphia (Forrest Theatre)
April 14: New York (Apollo Theatre)
April 15: Washington, D.C. (National Theatre)
April 17: Nashville (Ryman Auditorium)
April 19: Dallas (McFarlin Auditorium)
April 20: Houston (Jones Hall)
April 23: Denver (Macky Auditorium)
April 26: San Diego (Copley Symphony Hall)
April 27: Phoenix (Gammage Auditorium)
April 29: Los Angeles (UCLA - Royce Hall)
April 30: San Francisco (Orpheum)
May 23: Zurich (Kongresshaus)
June 6-7: London (Sadler Wells)

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