R&B Icon, Frankie Beverly, announces retirement and Farewell Tour

R&B Icon, Frankie Beverly, announces retirement and Farewell Tour

Maze lead singer Frankie Beverly has retired and scheduled a last tour to celebrate his 50-year career.

The I Wanna Thank You Farewell Tour begins March 22 at the State Farm Arena in Atlanta and stops at five more cities, including the Kia Forum in Los Angeles on May 12.

Beverly told Billboard magazine, “I want to share with my lifelong fans and associates that I'll be going out on the road one last time, then retire.” ‘Twas a trip across the decades. Let my legacy's music continue.”

Beverly also stated he would “hand the microphone” to former Santana lead vocalist Tony Lindsay. Maze Honoring Frankie Beverly will replace Maze Featuring Frankie Beverly once Beverly leaves.

Black Promoters Collective produces Beverly's farewell tour.

The coalition's CEO Gary Guidry told Billboard, “His music has contributed to the soundtrack of our lives by enriching our experiences with his soulful melodies.” “We are honored to join him on his farewell tour.”

Atlanta's opening concert tickets went on sale Friday at 7 a.m. Pacific. No sale dates have been announced for additional tour dates.

The Los Angeles Times published this.

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