What I’m Feeling| Anthony Hamilton’s Best Relationship Advice and Highlights From the “What I’m Feeling Tour”

What I’m Feeling| Anthony Hamilton’s Best Relationship Advice and Highlights From the “What I’m Feeling Tour”

Grammy-award winning singer Anthony Hamilton is in the middle of a four-week, multi-city tour to promote his 5th  studio album, What I’m Feelin’.  Hamilton's smooth, soulful voice, and unique tone place him in a category all his own. His songs are known to perfectly capture very real thoughts about life, love, and heartbreak.

After attending his concert this past weekend, I got a chance to go backstage, and chat with the R&B singer.  In between laughs, he gave me some of his best relationship advice. And of course, I HAD to share it with my readers. Wanna hear what he had to say? Click on the video below!

“Fight fair. Find some common interests. Try to find things about that person that will keep you interested. Have a spiritual component. That's very important.” Then he jokingly says, “Don’t get in one!"

Pretty good advice if you ask me...

 

Concert Highlights

The concert also featured R& B legends, Lalah Hathaway and Eric Benet. And they both SLAYED the stage! However, the most memorable part of the concert for me, was when Anthony Hamilton performed his new song, Walk In My Shoes. He laid his heart out on the stage. And based on the silence of the audience, you could tell that everyone was feeling what he felt in that moment.

The mood quickly changed however, when he sang hits like “Cool”, “Giving You the Best of Me”, and his breakout song, “Charlene”.

 

 

Visit www.AnthonyHamilton.com to find out when the “What I’m Feeling Tour” will be coming to your area!

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    Rebekah Bell Jackson on October 14, 2016 Reply

    He’s Just That Into You blogging with the stars ✨! 😊

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