Buzz Tour

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Buzz Tour
Tour by Jill Scott
Associated albumBeautifully Human: Words and Sounds Vol. 2
Start dateJuly 9, 2004
End dateNovember 28, 2004
Legs2
No. of shows18 in North America
4 in Europe
22 in total
Jill Scott concert chronology

The Buzz Tour was a mini concert tour in 2004 by American R&B/soul singer Jill Scott, in support of her Platinum selling album, Beautifully Human: Words and Sounds Vol. 2.[1] The tour featured songs from her debut album and selection of songs from the new album.

Opening act[edit]

Set list[edit]

  1. "The Way" (Rock Remix)
  2. "Whatever"
  3. "The Fact Is (I Need You)"
  4. "Golden"
  5. "My Petition"
  6. "Betta At Home"
  7. "Love Rain"
  8. "Slowly, Surely"
  9. "Gettin' In the Way"
  10. "A Long Walk"
  11. "Its Love"
  12. "He Loves Me (Lyzel In E Flat)"
  13. "Rasool"
  14. "Family Reunion"
  15. "I Keep"

Band[edit]

  • Music Director/Keyboards - Pete Kuzma
  • Drums - Eric Green
  • Guitar - David Manley
  • Bass - Adam Blackstone
  • Trumpet - Matt Cappy
  • Saxophone - Chris Farr
  • Background vocals - Valvin Roane, Carol Riddick

Tour dates[edit]

Date City Country Venue
North America
July 9, 2004 San Francisco United States Bimbo's 365 Club
July 11, 2004 Anaheim House of Blues
July 12, 2004 West Hollywood House of Blues
July 14, 2004 Solana Beach Belly Up Tavern
July 21, 2004 Atlanta Earthlink Live
July 23, 2004 Washington, D.C. 9:30 Club
July 24, 2004
July 27, 2004 New York City S.O.B.'S
July 28, 2004
July 29, 2004 Atlantic City Tropicana Casino
July 30, 2004 Philadelphia Theatre of Living Arts
August 1, 2004 Chicago House of Blues
August 2, 2004
August 5, 2004 Milwaukee Potawatomi Casino
August 7, 2004 Detroit Saint Andrew's Hall
August 10, 2004 Toronto Canada The Guvernment
September 18, 2004 New York City United States Block Party Festival
September 24, 2004 Washington, D.C. 9:30 Club
Europe
November 20, 2004 London United Kingdom O2 Academy Brixton
November 21, 2004
November 26, 2004 Glasgow Barrowland Ballroom
November 27, 2004 Paris France Élysée Montmartre
November 28, 2004

Additional notes

  • The tour also included dates throughout Europe, all dates are not listed.

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