Book with Ents24.com, the UK's biggest entertainment guide. Al Jarreau Tour Dates Al Jarreau was an American singer and a seven-time Grammy Award winner, and was the first artist in history to win in the three separate categories of: Jazz, Pop, and R&B.
Al Jarreau (born 12 March 1940) is an American singer whose sound spans across jazz, R&B, pop, and soul music. He has received 12 Grammy nominations and has won three in different genre categories: R&B, jazz and pop, making him the only singer to have yet done so.
Al Jarreau during a concert in (West Germany) in early 1981 Jarreau was born in Milwaukee , Wisconsin , on March 12, 1940,  the fifth of six children. His father was a Seventh-day Adventist Church minister and singer, and his mother was a church pianist.
Al Jarreau (born 12 March 1940) is an American singer whose sound spans across jazz, R&B, pop, and soul music. He has received 12 Grammy nominations and has won three in different genre categories: R&B, jazz and pop, making him the only singer to have yet done so. Jarreau was born on 12 March 1940 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, US.
All the while, regular Al Jarreau tour dates have showcased his sound to welcoming audiences at venues across the globe. Al Jarreau's background. Al Jarreau was born and raised in Milwaukee, Wisc., where he got his start with his church choir. After relocating to L.A. as a young adult, Jarreau sang in clubs throughout the mid-1960s.
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In June 2012, Jarreau was diagnosed with pneumonia, which caused him to cancel several concerts in France. Jarreau made a full recovery and continued to tour extensively for the next 5 years until February 2017. On February 8, 2017, after being hospitalized for exhaustion in Los Angeles, Jarreau cancelled his remaining 2017 tour dates.