R&B songstress Kelly Price, whose new Def Soul album, "Priceless," is due Aug. 13, will headline the Hennessy Privilege Music Tour this September. Along with Blackstreet alum Dave Hollister and Ca

R&B songstress Kelly Price, whose new Def Soul album, "Priceless," is due Aug. 13, will headline the Hennessy Privilege Music Tour this September. Along with Blackstreet alum Dave Hollister and Canadian crooner Glenn Lewis, Price will hit 10 U.S. cities on the jaunt. The routing and ticket information for the tour will be announced next month.

"Priceless" will be Price's fourth album, coming on the heels of her holiday set "One Family -- A Christmas Album" last December. "Mirror Mirror" debuted at No. 3 on Billboard's Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart in July 2000, and her debut, "Soul of a Woman," hit No. 2 on that chart and No. 15 on The Billboard 200 in 1998.

Hollister is prepping his third solo disc since leaving BlackStreet, "Things in the Game Done Change!," due Sept. 17 from Goodfellas Entertainment/Motown. Lewis is still enjoying the success of his debut, "World Outside My Window" (Epic), which debuted at No. 4 on The Billboard 200 in April and spawned the Juno-award winning single "Don't You Forget It."

In other news, Price renewed her wedding vows last Saturday (July 20) in a ceremony in Decatur, Ga., marking the 10th wedding anniversary for the artist and her husband/manager Jeffrey Rolle.

For more information on the tour, please visit its official Web site.