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Nelly Furtado Confirms German Leg Of ‘The Spirit Indestructible’ Tour

3bc19930bde573e0e42eb73b1307feaf Nelly Furtado Confirms German Leg Of The Spirit Indestructible Tour

For many, the unfortunate sales scored by Nelly Furtado‘s ‘The Spirit Indestructible’ were a harsh reminder as to why lengthy chart breaks can oft spell disaster for today’s entertainer.

So, perhaps in learning her lesson, the ‘Say It Right’ star recently announced the launch of a tour in support of the album, hoping to push both she and the polarizing release.

Now, she has confirmed its German leg.

Details below…

Kicking off in the March of next year, Nelly will hit Germany for five dates starting on the third of the month.

The dates are as follows:

03.03.2013 – Berlin, Huxley’s Neue Welt
05.03.2013 – Köln, Theater am Tanzbrunnen
06.03.2013 – Hamburg, Gr. Freiheit
07.03.2013 – München, Kesselhaus
11.03.2013 – Neu-Isenburg, Hugenottenhalle

Set to perform a number of cuts from her discography, this venture precedes the tour’s Canadian leg which begins in January.

A sure fire way to force feed her cause back into the ‘mainstream’, here’s hoping this tour inspires Furtado to create a solid follow up to ‘Spirit’. A follow up, which boasts the commercial appeal of ‘Loose’ but the originality – or ‘nicheness’ if you will – of ‘Folklore‘.

For, in age where Adult Contemporary sales are the bread and butter of many a label’s profits ( see Adele‘s ’21′ and Coldplay‘s ‘Mylo Xyloto’), there is no reason Nelly can’t be a serious chart force. That is, if she delivers a sound and promotional strategy strong enough to regain her fan base and entice the casual listener in time for release.

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  • November 24, 2012 at 10:16 am
    Talk That s***! says:
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    Nelly’s made her hardcore fan base before she had commercial appeal with loose, it’s the main reason why she can still do a world tour without a commercial hit.

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  • November 24, 2012 at 10:22 am
    Monstarebel (DIAMONDS IS NUMBER 1) says:
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    Good Luck hun…..you definitely need it (-:

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  • November 24, 2012 at 10:24 am
    Talk That s***! says:
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    I wonder if CIara could pull off these tour dates with only 6,000 copies sold?

    January 8th Save On Foods Memorial Centre, Victoria

    January 9th Orpheum Theatre, Vancouver

    January 12th Southern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium, Calgary

    January 14th Esplanade Arts and Heritage Centre, Medicine Hat

    January 15th Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium, Edmonton

    January 18th MTS Centre, Winnipeg

    January 19th Thunder Bay Community Auditorium

    January 21st National Arts Centre, Ottawa

    January 24th Sony Centre For The Performing Arts, Toronto

    January 26th The Colosseum at Caesar’s Windsor, Windsor

    January 28th Hamilton Place Theatre, Hamilton

    January 29th Centre In The Square, Kitchener

    January 30th Théâtre St-Denis, Montre

    03.03.2013 – Berlin, Huxley’s Neue Welt

    05.03.2013 – Köln, Theater am Tanzbrunnen

    06.03.2013 – Hamburg, Gr. Freiheit

    07.03.2013 – München, Kesselhaus

    11.03.2013 – Neu-Isenburg, Hugenottenhalle

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    Monstarebel (DIAMONDS IS NUMBER 1) Replied:

    hell no she couldn’t, no one cares for ciara like that her hardcore fan base consists of less then 400 kiii

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    mobwife: the pressed & obsessed sit the f**k down, it aint nobody's business Replied:

    She has a good team behind her now where her last effort failed due to lack of promotion and bad blood with I think i was JIVE records? She might do well if these are small venues and she has a great opening act. I was thinking someone like Miguel but he is making major moves with a few other well established acts.

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  • November 24, 2012 at 10:35 am
    Talk That s***! says:
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    It’s time ya’ll wake up that no one buys albums anymore. True talent and hard work will determined someones successes.

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    mobwife: the pressed & obsessed sit the f**k down, it aint nobody's business Replied:

    It’s sad but true. The music industry has been watered down to the point where only a selected few can achieve. Oh well that’s what happens when you fail to own your own media outlets and record lables. Those that control it all dictate the success of music and artists!

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  • November 24, 2012 at 11:50 am
    CHUDDS says:
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    I didn’t even know the poor girl had a new album out. Poor thing!

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  • November 24, 2012 at 4:13 pm
    mobwife: the pressed & obsessed sit the f**k down, it aint nobody's business says:
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    While y’all are talking about Ciara, can Nelly Furtado pull these concert dates off 0_o? She was hot there for a second. I wonder what happen. She reminds me of Fiona Apple in that regard!

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  • November 24, 2012 at 7:53 pm
    Suicide Blonde says:
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    This is so sad, if only people know the story about her song “The Spirit Indestructible”, it’s really touching.

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  • November 24, 2012 at 11:00 pm
    tits mcgee says:
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    Yeah ok. I wonder who is backing her tour with 6,000 copies of her new album sold. Some one has money to burn…

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  • January 4, 2013 at 9:17 pm
    HoneychildPlease says:
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    That’s sad…maybe if they gave away free tickets a few of the seats could get filled

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