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Journal Archives for Lianne La Havas

  • Devendra Banhart, Rokia Traoré

    Devendra Banhart, Rokia Traoré to Kick Off Barbican Celebration of Nonesuch Records in May

    Devendra Banhart and Rokia Traoré kick off Explorations: The Sound of Nonesuch Records, the Barbican's month-long celebration of Nonesuch Records' 50th anniversary, sharing an "unplugged" evening featuring recent and past material, at the Barbican Hall in London on Friday, May 2, 2014. Tickets are on sale now. Explorations: The Sound of Nonesuch Records includes a marathon weekend of concerts, May 17-18, and additional satellite events throughout the month of May.

  • Lianne La Havas: "Don't Wake Me Up" [video]

    Watch: Lianne La Havas "Don't Wake Me Up" Video Premieres on Hunger TV

    Lianne La Havas, who is in the midst of a week-long North American tour, has premiered a new video for her song "Don't Wake Me Up," the opening track off her debut album, Is Your Love Big Enough?, in an exclusive for Hunger magazine, which cites "her incredible talent" to say: "We’re definitely fans." Watch the video here. Following a show in Montreal and an Osheaga Festival set this week, La Havas closes out her North American tour at Lollapalooza in Chicago on Sunday.

  • Lianne La Havas: "CBS This Morning," July 27, 2013

    Watch: Lianne La Havas Performs on "CBS This Morning: Saturday"

    Lianne La Havas kicked off a North American summer tour this past weekend with sets at Baltimore’s Soundstage and New York's SummerStage in Central Park. She also stopped by CBS This Morning: Saturday to perform two songs off her album, Is Your Love Big Enough?: "Age" and "Lost & Found." "This is a record I can't stop listening to," says CBS's Anthony Mason. "She brings a rich array of influences to her music and an expressive voice that's drawn a big following on iTunes." Watch the performances here. The tour continues with stops in Northampton, Montreal, and Chicago.

  • Lianne La Havas: Bing Lounge, Kink FM, March 2013

    Watch: Lianne La Havas Performs in the Bing Lounge at Portland's KINK FM

    Lianne La Havas kicked off her month-long North American tour last week in Dallas, followed by sold-out shows in LA, San Francisco, and Seattle and sets this week in Portland and Vancouver. The 19-city tour heads next to Boulder and on to the Midwest. While she was in LA, La Havas performed on Jimmy Kimmel Live, and while in Portland, she stopped by the Bing Lounge at 101.9 KINK FM to perform three songs, which you can watch here.

  • SXSW 2013: Devendra Banhart, Nataly Dawn, Emmylou Harris, Rodney Crowell, Lianne La Havas, Iron & Wine

    Devendra Banhart, Nataly Dawn, Emmylou Harris & Rodney Crowell, Lianne La Havas, Iron & Wine Head to SXSW

    The 27th South by Southwest (SXSW) Music and Media Conference gets under way in Austin, Texas, as thousands of bands and music lovers from all over the world descend on the live-music capital for several days of non-stop music making. Nonesuch artists will be well represented among them, with several performances throughout the week from Devendra Banhart, Nataly Dawn, Emmylou Harris & Rodney Crowell, Lianne La Havas, and Iron and Wine.

  • Lianne La Havas: Le Trianon, February 2013

    Watch: Lianne La Havas' Complete Concert at Trianon in Paris

    Lianne La Havas performed a sold-out show at Le Trianon in Paris this past Tuesday night that streamed live via Arte Live Web. You can now watch the complete concert here. La Havas's European tour continues through mid-March, at which point she makes her way to the North America for a stop at SXSW in Austin and an 18-city tour starting in Dallas. The tour includes shows in Los Angeles, San Francisco, Seattle, New York, Montreal, and more. 

  • Lianne La Havas: "Elusive" [video]

    Watch: Lianne La Havas Releases Two-Part Video for "Elusive" and "Gone"

    Lianne La Havas has released a two-part video for songs from her debut album, Is Your Love Big Enough?: "Elusive," which premiered earlier today on Noisey.com, and "Gone," which premiere via Essence. Both videos were directed by Colin Solal Cardo of La Blogothèque. Watch them both here. Lianne La Havas, currently on tour in Europe, launches her US tour March 17 in Dallas.

  • Lianne La Havas: Jay Leno, February 5, 2013

    Lianne La Havas to Make "Tonight Show" Debut

    Lianne La Havas will make her first appearance on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno with a performance of the title track to her debut album, Is Your Love Big Enough?, on NBC tonight at 11:35 PM ET. She is in LA this week to perform at the Grammy Foundation's Play It Forward concert and to be fêted along with Solange Knowles at the Essence Black Women in Music event; she performs live on KCSN, 88.5 FM, Friday morning. La Havas will return to North America to tour starting March 17 in Dallas, with stops in LA, San Francisco, Seattle, NYC, Montreal, and more.

  • Lianne La Havas: Amoeba Music, September 2012

    Watch: Lianne La Havas Performs at Amoeba Music in Hollywood

    Lianne La Havas, who is currently on tour in Australia, is set to return to North America for an 18-city tour starting March 17 in Dallas. Even before then, La Havas will make a brief trip to LA to perform at the Grammy Foundation's Play It Forward concert and to be fêted by Essence magazine at its Black Women in Music event. When she was in LA last September, she performed songs from her new album, Is Your Love Big Enough?, at Amoeba Music. Watch the complete set here.

  • Lianne La Havas: "Age," Jools Holland's Hootenanny, 2012

    Lianne La Havas Featured on NPR's "Tell Me More," Rings in New Year on Jools Holland's "Hootenanny"

    Lianne La Havas, who rang in the New Year performing on Jools Holland's Hootennany on BBC Two (watch her performance of "Age" from the show here), is set to return to North America for an 18-city headlining tour starting March 17, following shows this month and next in Australia, the UK, and Ireland. Last week, La Havas was featured on NPR's daily talk show Tell Me More to discuss her debut album, Is Your Love Big Enough?. "It's a great album," says NPR's Celeste Headlee. "And I recommend people go pick it up."