French-Canadian Singer Andee Joins Demi Lovato World Tour

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French-Canadian pop-rock singer Andee is joining Demi Lovato on tour in Canada in late October. Demi Lovato World Tour will be at the Bell Centre in Montreal, Quebec on October 19, and again at FirstOntario Centre in Hamilton, Ontario on October 20.

Fresh on the scene, the 23-year-old singer is in the midst of recording her first English album, produced by guitarist Sebastien Lefebvre of Canadian pop band Simple Plan, and set to be released at the end of 2014.

The native-French singer croons catchy, rocking beats with soul-inspiration like singles NEVER GONE and WE ARE GOLD.

Andee will open for Lovato in Quebec and Ontario as a part of the fourth headlining concert tour from the former Disney Channel star, following last year's The Neon Lights Tour.

The tour is the second string of shows to highlight Lovato's fourth studio pop/synthpop album, the self-titled DEMI. Lead single from the album, HEART ATTACK, peaked on the Billboard Hot 100, as well as third single NEON LIGHTS and fourth, REALLY DON'T CARE.

Previous openers for Lovato included American singer-songwriter Christina Perri, who performed with Lovato most recently at the Amway Center in downtown Orlando, Florida.

Boy band pop duo MKTO will open for Lovato Wednesday, September 17 in New Orleans. Lovato's tour ends in the United States on October 27 in Brooklyn, New York, then moves to perform throughout Europe in November.

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