FILE - This July 8, 2009 file photo shows singer Maxwell performing on "The Early Show" in New York. Maxwell's next release, "Summers," originally supposed to be released in 2010, will finally be released this year. (AP Photo/Seth Wenig, File)
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Maxwell is looking to produce something this year that has nothing to do with music.In a recent interview with The Associated Press, the 41-year-old crooner -- who plans to release a new album this year -- said he also wants to get married and become a father (though he didn't offer the name of his "collaborator")."SUMMERS," originally planned for release in 2010, will come out this year, he said.Fans will hear some of those new songs when Maxwell kicks off his two-month "Summer Soulstice" tour June 15 in Minneapolis. It's his first tour since canceling his six-date U.S. trek in 2011 because of vocal swelling and hemorrhaging.
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