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Award Winning Duo Mary Mary Announce "Go Get It Tour"

Tour Kicks Off October 25 in Jacksonville, FL

NEW YORK, Oct. 4, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Multi Grammy award winning duo Mary Mary is gearing up to tour North America in support of their latest studio album, Go Get It. The duo's headlining tour will kick off in Jacksonville, FL on October 25, running through November 17 in Hampton, VA (see below for a list of full dates). The opening act for the entire tour is Stellar Award-winning recording artist Isaac Carree, who will be supporting his new album Uncommon Me, available now. Additional support acts in select markets are Grammy Award nominee VaShawn Mitchell, Anthony Brown & Group TherAPy, Sunday's Best Finalist Jessica Reedy and Anita Wilson.

Go Get It was released on May 8, 2012 and features brand new songs, as well as remixed and remastered versions of some of the duo's greatest hits. The album debuted at #1 on the Billboard Gospel Chart and recently earned the duo a 2012 Soul Train Award nomination for Best Gospel/Inspirational Performance.

The duo, sisters Erica and Tina Campbell, have been keeping up a tremendous pace. In the past year the ladies have been nominated for every major award and have taken home many – receiving the prestigious ASCAP Golden Note Award, a BET Award, Soul Train Award, two Stellar Awards and double Grammy nominations. They show no signs of slowing down.

In addition to filming the second season of their reality series MARY MARY, which takes a personal look at their lives as singers, mothers, wives, and siblings, both sisters experienced pregnancy within the past year. Erica and husband/producer Warryn Campbell welcomed their third child in February 2012 and Tina and her husband/Tonight Show band drummer Teddy Campbell gave birth to their fifth child this past August. Season 2 of MARY MARY kicks off December 13, 2012 on WETV.

Tickets for the "Go Get It Tour" are on sale now via www.ilovemarymary.com with additional dates to be announced. 

"Go Get It Tour" Fall 2012 Dates:



10/25       

Jacksonville, FL       

Florida Theater

*with Isaac Carree and Anthony Brown & TherAPy




10/26       

Atlanta, GA                

Atlanta Symphony Hall

*with Isaac Carree & VaShawn Mitchell




10/27       

North Charleston, SC     

NCPAC

*with Isaac Carree and Anthony Brown & TherAPy




10/28        

Columbia, SC          

 Township Auditorium

*with Isaac Carree and Anthony Brown & TherAPy




11/9        

St. Louis, MO          

Fox Theater

*with Isaac Carree and Jessica Reedy




11/10      

Merrillville, IN             

Star Plaza Theater

*with Isaac Carree and Anita Wilson




11/11      

Rochester, NY            

Auditorium Theater

*with Isaac Carree and Anita Wilson




11/15       

Washington, D.C.      

Constitution Hall

*with Isaac Carree, Anthony Brown & TherAPy and VaShawn Mitchell




11/16      

Richmond, VA           

Landmark

*with Isaac Carree, Jessica Reedy, Anthony Brown & TherAPy and VaShawn Mitchell




11/17        

Hampton, VA          

Hampton Coliseum

*with Isaac Carree, Jessica Reedy, Anthony Brown & TherAPy and VaShawn Mitchell

 

*additional dates to be announced

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