And they will perform in Bangkok, Thailand on 7 April 2017 as well.
Tickets for the Singapore show go on sale tomorrow at 10am so get your credit cards ready!
He has sold over 100 million albums throughout his career, beginning in 1968 when he was signed to The Beatles’ Apple Records.
In 1971, Taylor was featured on the cover of Time magazine, heralded as the harbinger of the singer-songwriter era.
"Even the band saw what happened and said, ' Michael, we have to do something,'" said Michael Roche, managing director at event organiser Live Nation Lushington. The organiser may release additional tickets if and when it finalises "layout and logistic issues".
An online fan petition requesting for a second show date in Singapore also came to the attention of Live Nation Lushington and Coldplay's management.
Lushington enjoys the distinction of being the country’s first & foremost rock, pop and jazz promoter, promoting the likes of Madonna, Imagine Dragons, Bruno Mars, Coldplay, 5 Seconds of Summer, One Direction, Maroon 5, Linkin Park, Sigur Ros, Sting, Santana, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Michael Jackson, Elton John, The Police, Green Day, Eagles to name but a few.
Today, both Lushington and the Asian concert scene are thriving.
Both medals are their Nation’s highest honors for artistic excellence recognizing “outstanding achievements and support of the arts.” In November 2015, Taylor was presented with the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the Nation’s highest civilian honor.
Most recently it was announced that Taylor will be the recipient of the Kennedy Center Honors in December of this year.
He has earned 40 gold, platinum, and multi-platinum awards and five Grammy Awards for a catalog that runs from James Taylor (1968) and Sweet Baby James (1970) to Hourglass (1997) and October Road (2002).
His first Greatest Hits album earned the Recording Industry Association of America’s elite Diamond Award, given for sales in excess of 10 million units in the United States.
Performing alongside James Taylor are his amazing All-Star Band, featuring Andrea Zonn (vocals & fiddle), Arnold Mc Culler (vocals), Jim Cox (piano), Jimmy Johnson (electric bass / MD), Kate Markowitz (vocals), Lou Marini (horns), Luis Conte (percussion), Michael Landau (electric guitars), Steve Gadd (drums) and Walt Fowler (horns / electric keyboard).