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TLC And Montell Jordan Announce Australia and New Zealand Dates

by Paul Cashmere on August 22, 2016

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R&B act TLC will tour Australia and New Zealand in November with special guest Montell Jordan.

After the death of Lisa ‘Left Eye’ Lopes in 2002, Tionne ‘T-Boz’ Watkins and Rozanda ‘Chilli’ Thomas decided not to replace their late friend, and instead carried on as a duo. In 2017 TLC will bring the story to a close with the release of a final album.

The new TLC album was once again produced by Dallas Austin and will feature a collaboration with Lady Gaga titled ‘Posh Life’. The origins of the album started with a Kickstarter campaign. TLC found many famous fans including Bette Midler, Justin Timberlake and Katy Perry contribute to the funding. The album is expected to include many unused recording from Left Eye.

This year TLC went out on tour with New Kids On The Block and Nelly.

TLC’s ‘CrazySexyCool’ is the only album by a female singing group to sell over 10 million in the USA. It is currently certified at 11 times Platinum.

TLC US hits

‘Ain’t 2 Proud 2 Beg’ (no 6, 1992)

‘Baby Baby Baby’ (no 2, 1992)

‘What About Your Friends’ (no 7, 1992)

‘Hat 2 da Back’ (no 30, 1993)

‘Get It Up’ (no 42, 1993)

‘Creep’ (no 1, 1994)

‘Red Light Special’ (no 2, 1995)

‘Waterfalls’ (no 1, 1995)

‘Diggin On You’ (no 5, 1995)

‘No Scrubs’ (no 1, 1999)

‘Unpretty’ (no 1, 1999)

‘Girl Talk’ (no 28, 2002)

In 2014, TLC also released the Christmas song ‘Gift Wrapped Kiss’ and in 2015 ‘Sleigh Ride’.

TLC and Montell Jorden dates

Thu 10 Nov
Michael Fowler Centre
Wellington, NZ (All Ages)

Sat 12 Nov
ASB Bay Park Arena
Tauranga, NZ (All Ages)

Wed 16 Nov
Enmore Theatre
Sydney, NSW (All Ages)

Tue 22 Nov
Thebarton Theatre
Adelaide, SA (All Ages)
w/ Montell Jordan

Wed 23 Nov
Palais Theatre
Melbourne, VIC (All Ages)

Sat 26 Nov
Vector Arena
Auckland, NZ (All Ages)
w/ Montell Jordan

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