Lianne La Havas - "Forget" (video) + Tour Dates

by PopMatters Staff

23 August 2012

Britain has a highly successful export sector these days and, yes, it's pop.
 

Britain has a highly successful export sector these days and, yes, it’s pop. Our UK friends know a little something about this of course. Of late, it’s been a long line of exceptional female singers: Adele, Amy Winehouse, Duffy, Joss Stone, Emil Sande, Lily Allen among many others and now comes Lianne La Havas, who is already getting big-time critical praise for her new album Is Your Love Big Enough?.  Today is her 23rd b-day and to celebrate she just premiered the video for new single “Forget”. As ever, British pop reigns supreme.


  
TOUR DATES
Sep 11 New York, NY – Bowery Ballroom *headline show - SOLD OUT
Sep 13 Montreal, QC – Le Belmont Sur Le Boulevard *headline show
Oct 29 Brooklyn, NY - Barclay’s Center
Oct 30 Boston, MA - Wang Center
Nov 01 Upper Darby PA - Tower Theatre
Nov 03 Toronto, ON - Massey Hall
Nov 04 Detroit, MI - Fox Theatre
Nov 07 Chicago, IL - Chicago Theatre
Nov 08 Nashville, TN - Andrew Jackson Hall
Nov 10 Houston, TX - Bayou Music Center
Nov 11 Grand Prairie, TX - Verizon Theatre at Grand Prairie
Nov 13 Albuquerque, NM - Hard Rock Hotel & Casino
Nov 14 Phoenix, AZ - Comerica Theatre
Nov 16 Indio, CA - Fantasy Springs Casino
Nov 17 San Francisco, CA – Rickshaw Stop *headline show
Nov 18 Los Angeles, CA - The Wiltern
+ all dates with John Legend except where noted

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