Rebirth of Marvin Tour October London is an old-soul singer and songwriter whose smooth, heartfelt vocals recall R&B giants of the past like Sam Cooke and especially Marvin Gaye. February 29, 2023 at the Joy Theater Just steps from Bourbon Street
Rising soul singer October London has announced his headlining The Rebirth of Marvin Tour. He will be joined by fellow rising acts J. Brown and The Shindellas.
The Rebirth of Marvin Tour kicks off Jan. 25, 2024, at The Shadowbox in Seattle, Washington.
From there, London will visit major cities across the U.S., including Los Angeles, Atlanta, Washington, D.C., Philadelphia New Orleans and Chicago.
London’s tour announcement follows his performance on the BET Amplified Stage at the 2023 Soul Train Awards.
He performed his breakout single “Back to Your Place,” which spent 11 weeks at No. 1 on Billboard’s Adult R&B Airplay chart.
The velvety track is lifted from London’s album, The Rebirth of Marvin, released in February via Death Row Records/gamma.
The Rebirth of Marvin features Death Row Records owner and legendary rapper Snoop Dogg and LaToiya Williams on “Mulholland Drive.”
J. Brown will be supporting his sophomore album, The Art of Making Love, released in July via SoNo Recording Group.
The album includes “My Whole Heart,” which spent three weeks at No. 1 on the Adult R&B Airplay chart.
“When we created ‘My Whole Heart,’ we wanted to come up with a song that would show a woman how much she means to me,” J. Brown explained.
October London qill be performing at The Joy Theater, located in the heart of New Orleans, is a historic venue that has played a significant role in the city’s cultural and entertainment scene. Originally opened in 1947, the theater has undergone several renovations over the years, blending its classic charm with modern amenities. The Joy has stood witness to the evolution of the vibrant music and performance culture of New Orleans, hosting a diverse array of events ranging from live music concerts to comedy shows and theatrical performances.
What sets the Joy Theater apart is its intimate setting, creating an immersive experience for the audience. The venue’s interior boasts intricate architectural details, including a stunning art deco design that transports patrons to a bygone era. The stage has welcomed legendary musicians, renowned comedians, and talented performers, contributing to the rich tapestry of New Orleans’ entertainment history. With its central location on Canal Street, the Joy Theater continues to be a beloved institution, drawing both locals and visitors alike to revel in the joyous atmosphere and cultural richness that defines the city’s artistic spirit.