Marsha Ambrosius Tour Schedule
Marsha Ambrosius has been a fixture on the R&B and soul scene since the late
Nineties during her time with Floetry and has now branched out to develop a wildly successful solo career. You may have loved
her work with Floetry back in the day, but Marsha Ambrosius has taken her talents to a whole new level with her solo efforts.
Her recorded outputs have been astounding, but the energy and soulfulness of her voice really come through when she is performing
live. Marsha Ambrosius has justifiably earned a reputation as one of the most captivating and entertaining performers in all
of soul and R&B and no music lover will want to miss out on the opportunity to see her performing live. StubHub has tickets
for every stop on Marsha Ambrosius' current tour so get yours today.
Marsha Ambrosius has a series of exciting tour
dates lined up for April, beginning with a show at House of Blues in Dallas, Texas on the 13th. On April 17th Marsha Ambrosius
will hit the stage at the Gaslamp in Long Beach, California before performing at House of Blues in San Diego o the following
night. The April dates wrap up with a show at the Troubadour in West Hollywood on the 19th. On May 10th Marsha Ambrosius will
take the stage at the Hard Rock Cafe in Las Vegas, Nevada for her only performance of the month. Additionally, Marsha Ambrosius
is part of a few other concerts that will have her sharing the bill with other superstars, the first of which takes place
on June 27th when she will share the stage at Staples Center in Los Angeles with Maxwell and Jill Scott. On July 5th Marsha
Ambrosius will be a part of the Essence Music Festival in New Orleans which will also feature the Roots, Mary J. Blige, Tank,
Ledisi, and more.
About the Artist
R&B songstress Marsha Ambrosius got her start in the music industry
dabbling in performance poetry, performing in the group Floetry until eventually breaking out on her own as an R&B singer.
Ambrosius has collaborated with several mainstream artists like the Game, Busta Rhymes and Jamie Foxx, and she's a hit as
a solo singer, as well! After collaborating with several of the mainstream music industry's biggest heavyweights, Marsha Ambrosius
finally broke out on her own with a 2011 release titled Late Nights & Early Mornings, and she's been a smash success ever
since. Ambrosius will soon be performing at a venue near you, so look for tickets to upcoming shows and see what she's all
Marsha Ambrosius made a name for herself as a member of Floetry and also by contributing
vocals to recordings by the likes of Jamie Foxx, Busta Rhymes, Slum VIllage, The Game, Style P, Hi-Tek, Wale, and Earth, Wind
& Fire. However, it was not until 2011 when she released her solo debut album, Late Nights & Early Mornings that Marsha
Ambrosius really started down the path that would lead her to superstardom and being recognized as one of the best soul and
R&B singers in the world. She had signed to J Records and her first solo single, Hope She Cheats On You (With a Basketball
Player) was released ahead of her debut album. The single was a huge success and peaked at number 22 on the Billboard Hot
R&B/Hip Hop Charts. Another single, Far Away was released ahead of the album and also was a big hit. By the time Late
Nights & Early Mornings was released it debuted at number 2 on the Billboard Hot 200 chart.
a packed house, the lights dim and superstar singer Marsha Ambrosius makes her way onto the stage followed by her incredible
backing band. The crowd erupts as she makes her way to the center of the stage and the microphone stand. She cues the band
and they play the opening notes to a hit jam from one of her albums like Late Nights & Early Mornings, Floetic, or Flo'Ology.
As the night goes on the hits keep coming and you and your friends are dancing and singing along to song after song. Always
known to have an incredible stage presence and a powerful, soulful voice, Marsha Ambrosius really knows how to connect with
her fans no matter how big or small the venue in which she is performing. She is one soul performer any music lover will not
want to miss when she comes to town.
While Marsha Ambrosius was originally signed to J Records,
she was forced to move to RCA Records when RCA Music Group annouced that it was disbanding J Records, Jive Records, and Arista
Records in 2011. This caused some upheaval and resulted in delays with the release of her follow up record, Friends &
Lovers, although the album's lead single Cold War which was produced by Diplo has been released.