Cee Lo Green reschedules upcoming tour to the end of March

“A voice of such beauty and longing that it takes your breath away… An album of incredible beauty and power.” – Sunday Times

“A voice rich with emotion, replete with the timbre and tone of classic gospel, blues and soul… Utterly charming.” – Daily Telegraph

“Sheer genius.” – The Independent

“This late contender for album of the year is a modern soul classic.” – News of the World

“Some of the greatest vocals of a career already jam packed with stand-out performances.” – Daily Mirror

Cee Lo Green has been forced to reschedule his imminent UK tour, due to scheduling difficulties. The dates – his first on these shores since the release of his global smash hit #1 single ‘Forget You’, his recent genre-defining album ‘The Lady Killer’,four GRAMMY and two BRIT Award nominations – will now commence on March 26th.

Firmly established as one of the most compelling live vocalists around following his memorable performances as part of Gnarls Barkley, Cee Lo Green’s tour now runs as below:

26th – Glasgow, ABC
27th – Manchester, Academy
28th – Birmingham, O2 Academy
29th – London, O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire
31st – Bristol, O2 Academy

Tickets for the original shows remain valid for these rescheduled dates. Any remaining tickets are available at a price of £25 for London and £23.50 for all other venues, all tickets are subject to booking fees and are available from www.livenation.co.uk

Cee Lo Green will follow the tour by releasing the new single ‘Bright Lights Bigger City’ on April 4th. The single is the third to be taken from ‘The Lady Killer’ following the all-conquering ‘Forget You’ and its Top 20 follow-up ‘It’s OK.’

Featuringcollaborators including Salaam Remi and Fraser T. Smith, ‘The Lady Killer’ isthe album Cee Lo was destined to make. It seals his rep: not only as a writer, producer and performer of unrivalled pizzazz, chutzpah, inventiveness and genius; but as a singer whose voice can nail an emotion – be it pain, yearning, anger, sarcasm, love, lust, frustration – like no other. Cee Lo Green stands alone.

The album has cemented Green’s status as both the greatest male voice in American music today and earned rave reviews from publications including The Sunday Times (5*), The Independent (5*), Q (4*), News of the World (5*), The Mail on Sunday (5*), Mojo (4*), The Sun (4/5), The Guardian (4*), The Evening Standard (4*)and The Mirror (4*).