Lianne La Havas to Make US TV Debut on CBS's "The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson"
Lianne La Havas—whose highly praised debut album, Is Your Love Big Enough?, was recently named to the UK’s esteemed Mercury Prize Short List—celebrates the album's recent US release with a performance on The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson tonight. Tune in to CBS tonight at 12:35 AM ET to see La Havas make her US television debut with a performance of "Age," off the new album.
Lianne La Havas—whose highly praised debut album, Is Your Love Big Enough?, was recently named to the UK’s esteemed Mercury Prize Short List—celebrates the album's recent US release on Nonesuch Records with a performance on The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson tonight. Tune in to CBS tonight at 12:35 AM ET to see La Havas make her US television debut with a performance of "Age," a song off the new album. For more information, go to cbs.com.
As noted last week in the Nonesuch Journal, La Havas teamed with Yours Truly to create a video for “Age.” Shot in Los Angeles this spring, the video features Lianne on a picnic date with Reggae Pops—an older gentleman known in Los Angeles for going to parties and dancing with people’s girlfriends—and pairs with on the track’s lyrics about a May-December romance. Watch it here.
While in Los Angeles this past week, La Havas stopped by Amoeba Music Hollywood for a free in-store performance on Friday, following headline shows at Bowery Ballroom in New York and Le Belmont in Montreal. La Havas returns to the US next month for a 14-date tour across the country supporting John Legend, starting with an inaugural performance at the new Barclay Center's Cushman & Wakefield Theater in Brooklyn. For additional details, go to nonesuch.com/on-tour.
To pick up a copy of Is Your Love Big Enough?, head to the Nonesuch Store, where CD orders include an instant download of the album and, for a limited time, an exclusive print signed by La Havas.
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Lake Street Dive was the guest on PBS's Charlie Rose on Tuesday. The quartet spoke with guest host Anthony Mason about how they formed the band, the trust and chemistry within the group, philosophies of success and artistic integrity, and more. They also perform their song “Rental Love” and offer their take on Prince’s “When You Were Mine.” You can watch it here.
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Conor Oberst has shared the music video for "Till St. Dymphna Kicks Us Out," from his forthcoming album, Salutations. The video, directed by Greg Marinaccio, was filmed at the very same bar in Manhattan's East Village that inspired the song. You can watch it here and download the track (and three others) now when you pre-order Salutations. Oberst, with The Felice Brothers as his backing band, will tour in support of Salutations beginning March 9 in his hometown of Omaha, including several just-announced new dates.