Marsha Ambrosius knows a little something about writing great songs. She wrote “Butterflies” for none other than Michael Jackson and has worked musical magic with Alicia Keys, Kanye West and Nas. But the two-time Grammy nominee’s prowess extends beyond the studio. Her velvet voice seduces listeners just as powerfully now as it did back in 2002 when she burst on the scene as one half of R&B and hip-hop duo Floetry, performing hits like “Say Yes” and “Getting Late.” Since then, her solo single “Far Away” and 2011 album Late Nights & Early Mornings have helped her earn a devoted fan base that includes her musical idols Prince and Stevie Wonder. On this tour, Ambrosius is joined by R&B and neosoul artist Eric Benét, whose latest self-titled studio album debuted at No. 7 on the Billboard charts and featured appearances by Arturo Sandoval and MC Lyte.