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*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, href="http://www.aljarreau.com/tour.php">HERE.