Image courtesy RCA RecordsKem has found some replacements for his headlining North American outing, dubbed the Promise to Love Tour.
Billboard reports the crooner has tapped Avant, Marsha Ambrosius and Jazmine Sullivan to step in for the ailing Tamar Braxton, who was forced to exit ABC’s Dancing with the Stars when blood clots were discovered in her lungs earlier this week. Prior to her health scare, Braxton accompanied Kem at Los Angeles’ Microsoft Theater on November 6.
Avant will join the tour during the November 20 stop in Washington, D.C., followed by Sullivan on the 25th on New York City. Marsha will play November 29 in Baltimore. Also featured on each of the shows will be Kemistry Records artist L’Renee.
The trek, which wraps up on December 6 in Southaven, Mississippi, supports Kem’s latest album, Promise to Love.
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