NEW YORK (AP) -- It's safe to say Chris Brown does not have as many fans as he did before he attacked Rihanna. But he still has some, and he's going on tour to thank them next month.
The singer is kicking off his "Fan Appreciation" tour in Houston on Nov. 14. The venues are small, but a statement from his record company says it's to keep an "intimate" setting. A portion of tour proceeds are going to charities.
Brown, 20, was sentenced in August to five years' probation, six months of community labor and a year of domestic violence counseling for the February attack on Rihanna. He's due to perform at his first concert since the attack in New Jersey next week, and has a new song, "I Can Transform Ya."