Usher to play Hammersmith Apollo one-off show in London

14:01 27 May 2012

R&B superstar Usher will play the Hammersmith Apollo in London

R&B superstar Usher will play the Hammersmith Apollo in London

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R&B star Usher has announced a one-off London show at HMV Hammersmith Apollo on June 11.

The gig takes place the same day the American singer’s seventh studio album Looking 4 Myself is released.

Usher, who has sold more than 43 million albums worldwide, also releases new single Scream on June 4.

Tickets for the Hammersmith Show go on sale from 9am on June 1 priced at £65 / £55 from www.livenation.co.uk or www.ticketmaster.co.uk

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