D'Angelo has recovered from the throat infection that caused him to cancel a performance last week at Radio City Music Hall in New York City, and he has now juggled a few dates in order to keep the rest of the tour rolling as smoothly as possible.The singer managed to rebound from the severe laryngitis and tracheaitis that sidelined him last Thursday (see "D'Angelo's Throat Woes Postpone Shows") in time to make up the missed NYC date on Saturday, March 20. Performing at the rescheduled Radio City show over the weekend in turn caused D'Angelo to bump a concert originally slated for March 20 at Boston's Wang Center to March 26. That means he'll cut his planned three-night stand at Constitution Hall in Washington, D.C. on March 24-26 to just two shows, on March 24 and 25. Tickets for the March 26 show in Washington, D.C. will then be honored a month later at another, previously announced concert at Constitution
Hall on April 26.D'Angelo has sold more than a million copies of "Voodoo," his new solo album, after just six weeks in stores. For much more on D'Angelo, be sure to check out the MTV Online feature: "D'Angelo: Second Coming"