After months of court dates, media scrutiny and public ridicule, Chris Brown is back on the path to career recovery. The 20-year-old R&B singer gave his first in-depth interview about the February assault incident with ex-girlfriend Rihanna to CNN's Larry King earlier this month, then began his process of repentance.

In the past two weeks, Brown has been snapped cleaning up trash in his home state of Virgina as a part of his 180-day community service sentence, but with all his legal and moral troubles, Brown has spent very little time on stage in the past few months.

Apart from a fill-in performance for Drake on Lil Wayne's 'America's Most Wanted' tour in August, Brown has shied away from the stage and remained in the studio to work on his forthcoming LP. But after his long hiatus from performing, Brown is set to headline Power 105.1's Powerhouse concert in New Jersey next month, along with a slew of performers that includes Keri Hilson, Fabolous, The Dream and Trey Songz.

The concert will be Brown's first effort to promote his upcoming album, 'Graffitti,' and jump back into his stage show. Although there has been no release date set for 'Graffiti,' the album's first single, 'Transformer,' featuring Lil Wayne will hit the radio soon.

Power 105.1's Powerhouse concert will be held at the Izod Center in East Rutherford, New Jersey on Oct. 27.