*Just when you thought he was on his way to retirement, Al
Jarreau is still making records and touring.

That’s right. The famed jazz vocalist recently recorded a new
single and will be making his way on the road for a concert
tour.

Last summer Jarreau, 70, was
hospitalized in France, but he told his worried fans that the
incident was blown out of proportion.

“I had
a shortness of breath incident,” Jarreau told Billboard.com. “I
went in and it led to a real thorough examination … and I found
out I had some cells that were misfiring and miscommunicating in my
heart and making my heart race and causing a shortness of breath.
And there was an easy fix for it, so we did the fix, and there are
a few lifestyle changes in place now. I think I might have avoided
and averted some other, bigger problems had I not discovered it.
But we’re beyond that now, and I’m doing great.”

His new album, which includes his recently recorded “Double
Face,” will be out later this year.

Check
out the list of concerts stops:

LONGVIEW,
TX
Thursday, Jan. 13
Belcher Center at
LeTourneau University
7:30 p.m.

RICHARDSON, TX
Saturday, Jan. 15
Eisemann Center
8 p.m.

AUSTIN, TX
Sunday, Jan. 16
Riverbend
Center
7:30 p.m.

CERRITOS,
CA
Friday, Jan. 21
Cerritos Center
8 p.m.

MALIBU, CA
Saturday,
Jan. 22
Pepperdine University
8 p.m.

SAN RAMON, CA
Friday, Jan. 28
Dougherty Valley Performing Arts Center
8
p.m.

CAMPBELL, CA
Saturday, Jan.
29
Campbell Heritage Theater
8 p.m.

Get more dates at Al Jarreau’s website, HERE.