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Alicia Keys Adds New Tour Dates, Confirmed as 007 Singer

July 31, 2008 (4:10 am) GMT
The R 'n' B singer won't be ending her tour just yet after the singer has already added new dates for her road trip.
Alicia Keys

It looks like that is still enjoying her time on the road and won't be taking a break anytime soon as she has already added more dates for her tour in support of her latest LP "". On her official website, Alicia has announced 11 new dates for her tour with 10 of them are in the U.S.

The new dates for the U.S. concerts will be starting on September 12, at Foxwood Cassino in Manshantucket, CT and scheduled to end on September 28 at Anselmo Valencia Ampitheater in Tucson, AZ. Beside the 10 new schedule in the States, Alicia also added 1 other date which is a trip to Rotterdam, Holland on October 27.

In other news, just as previously predicted Alicia has won the race to be the singer of the new James Bond movie, "". For the theme song that will be titled "Another Way To Die", the singer will be teaming up with ' who also produces and writes the track.

The upcoming project also marks the first time that the famous detective movie's theme song is being performed by a duet. Unfortunately, there is no confirmation yet on the release date of the song but according to Billboard.com the soundtrack album of the movie itself will be spawned on October 28.

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