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    Watch: Lianne La Havas Performs at Amoeba Music in Hollywood

    Lianne La Havas—who is currently in Australia for a week-long tour including three shows at the Sydney Festival and stops in Brisbane and Melbourne—is set to return to North America for an 18-city tour starting March 17 at the House of Blues in Dallas and including stops in Los Angeles, San Francisco, Seattle, New York, Montreal, and more. Even before then, La Havas will make a brief trip to Los Angeles in February to perform at the Grammy Foundation's Play It Forward concert (as will Emmylou Harris and Rodney Crowell) and to be fêted by Essence magazine at its Black Women in Music event along with Solange Knowles.

    When she was in Los Angeles last September, Lianne La Havas stopped by Amoeba Music in Hollywood to give an in-store performance of songs from her debut album, Is Your Love Big Enough?, released in August on Nonesuch Records. You can now watch the complete set below, via amoeba.com, where you can find a slideshow of photos from the event.

    To find out where Lianne La Havas is performing near you in the coming months and to order tickets now, visit 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 complete album at checkout.

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Watch: Lianne La Havas Performs at Amoeba Music in Hollywood

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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.

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Lianne La Havas—who is currently in Australia for a week-long tour including three shows at the Sydney Festival and stops in Brisbane and Melbourne—is set to return to North America for an 18-city tour starting March 17 at the House of Blues in Dallas and including stops in Los Angeles, San Francisco, Seattle, New York, Montreal, and more. Even before then, La Havas will make a brief trip to Los Angeles in February to perform at the Grammy Foundation's Play It Forward concert (as will Emmylou Harris and Rodney Crowell) and to be fêted by Essence magazine at its Black Women in Music event along with Solange Knowles.

When she was in Los Angeles last September, Lianne La Havas stopped by Amoeba Music in Hollywood to give an in-store performance of songs from her debut album, Is Your Love Big Enough?, released in August on Nonesuch Records. You can now watch the complete set below, via amoeba.com, where you can find a slideshow of photos from the event.

To find out where Lianne La Havas is performing near you in the coming months and to order tickets now, visit 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 complete album at checkout.

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Lianne La Havas: Amoeba Music, September 2012

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