Texas pop/soul singer Luke Wade from Season 7 of NBC’s Emmy Award-winning music competition, “The Voice,” just launched the third leg of his multi-city tour heading out to the West Coast (Pictured: Luke Wade – Photo credit: Workplay).
Wade recently returned from his Northeast tour hitting nineteen cities in twenty-one days selling out some of his favorite hotspots around the country.
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He may not have won the trophy, but soul singer Luke Wade won the respect and praise of his celebrity mentors and fans on “The Voice,” and Wade says he is enjoying being on the road with his full band, No Civilians, and getting back to bringing his high-energy style of music to his fans across the country.
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Luke joined the world famous Patti LaBelle at the “Dream Marches On” concert at Alabama State University Dunn-Oliver Acadome in Montgomery, AL on March 7th. LaBelle and Wade were there to commemorate and honor the 50th Anniversary of the Selma to Montgomery March.
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Since his run on The Voice, Luke has opened for Train, Daughtry, Blue October, Green River Ordinance, Ingrid Michelson, Jerry Jeff Walker and OAR.
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Recently, the Susan G. Komen Foundation chose Luke to follow last year’s artist, Josh Groban, to record the song and music video for their 2015-16 fundraising campaign. He will record “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough” by Ashford & Simpson. The music video will debut in October 2015 to support Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Wade says his music explores the space between folk and soul, and he plans to play his original music from both of his full-length albums, “Tomorrow’s Ghosts” and “The River” as well as unreleased music on the second leg of his tour.
Luke Wade will perform live on May 16 at the Hard Rock Cafe, 3771 S. Las Vegas Blvd Ste 120, Las Vegas, NV. For information call 702-733-7625. Tickets are $17-$21 and are available at http://www.hardrock.com/cafes/las-vegas/events/.