North Preston R&B sensation Reeny Smith announces Nova Scotian tour | Music | Halifax, Nova Scotia | THE COAST
Reeny Smith delivers a new single, "Amber Lights", before setting off on tour with Classified this fall.
Reeny Smith delivers a new single, "Amber Lights", before setting off on tour with Classified this fall.

North Preston R&B sensation Reeny Smith announces Nova Scotian tour

The creamy-voiced singer-songwriter-producer has a slew of solo shows and dates opening for rapper Classified in Truro, Dartmouth and more.

Just as the days have been growing oppressively short, a host of musicians have spent this week announcing upcoming shows around HRM. The latest of the pack is none other than Reeny Smith, who'll be playing a Dartmouth show on December 15 at Monte's Showbar as part of tour spanning the mainland portion of the province. (Her newest single, "Amber Lights" promises to be on the setlist.)
Smith has the type of creamy-vocalled singing voice that draws instant comparisons to Jermaine Dupri-era Janet Jackson and early Mariah Carey. With multiple African Nova Scotian Music Awards, East Coast Music Awards and Nova Scotian Music Awards to her name, Smith has long been known as an industry powerhouse—and a triple threat, thanks to her singing, songwriting and producing chops.
She'll spend the next few months delivering a series of solo shows and opening for Enfield rapper Classified. Here's some of the spots you can catch the "Good Girl Swag" singer:

With Classified:

  • Saturday, November 12: Marigold Cultural Centre, Truro (tickets here)
  • Saturday, November 19: Mermaid Theatre, Windsor (tickets here)

Solo with special guests:

  • Saturday, December 10: Royal Canadian Legion, Chester (tickets here)
  • Thursday, December 15: Monte's Showbar Grill, Dartmouth (tickets here)
  • Friday, December 16: Marigold Cultural Centre, Truro (tickets here)

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Morgan Mullin

Morgan is the Arts & Entertainment Editor at The Coast, where she writes about everything from what to see and do around Halifax to profiles of the city’s creative class to larger cultural pieces. She’s been with The Coast since 2016.

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