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Etana wraps up successful US tour

Etana wraps up successful US tour

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Reggae superstar Etana is widely regarded as one of the hardest working women in showbiz today. She is currently completing a three month tour of the USA that snaked through states such as Arizona, Texas, California, North Carolina, Virginia, Florida, Illinois and Ohio. 
"The tour has been amazing, we no longer have any albums to sell physically on the road of 'I Rise', they are all sold out. We had great numbers and all the shows were unique due to the locations, vibes and different demographics of the audience," she said.
"My most memorable moments were Belmont, California World Music Festival, my dates in Canada...Montreal and Calgary, my show with Atlanta with has been a truly amazing Summer," she said. 
Upcoming shows on the Reggae Forever tour schedule include Martha's Vineyard Jazz Fest, in Massachusettes on September 1, the Three Stones Cafe, Jacksonville on September 2, and the tour will climax at the Elegant Event Center, South Carolina on September 3. 
Etana will then take a month-long hiatus to recharge her batteries before heading to the Land of the Rising Sun in October for her two-week Reggae Forever tour with dates in major cities like Tokyo, Osaka and Kyoto. Japan has the second biggest market for music in the world. 
"I always love going to Japan because of the love and appreciation they have for reggae music and the wonderful culture of its marvellous people," Etana said. 
Last weekend, she launched the video for her popular 'My Man' single, and the video has been added to rotation on HYPE TV, RE TV and local free to air channels. 
"I am expecting great things of the single because of the early buzz so I will be stepping up promotions in Jamaica on radio and TV," she said. 
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