Monday, May 30, 2011

Lenny Kravitz dyed black and white America in August with his new album

International editorial, May 30 (EFE) .- "Black and White America" is the title of new album by U.S. musician Lenny Kravitz, who announced today that it will publish on 22 August with 16 new songs that will rock funk denominator common. Recorded in Paris and the Bahamas, the album was written, produced and arranged by Kravitz and presented with the song "Stand", available since June 7 for digital download.

"Black and White America" (Roadrunner Records) is thus become the ninth studio album by the artist, who previously released "Lenny Kravitz - Let Love Rule" (2009), an album that celebrated its twentieth anniversary in the music world as well as the memorable "Circus" (1995) and "Are You Gonna Go My Way" (1993).

Author of such hits as "American Woman," "I Belong to You" or "Fly away", Kravitz won the Grammy for best rock vocal performance by a male artist four consecutive years from 1999 to 2002. Their website also lists the stops of their upcoming European tour, beginning Oct. 15 in Amiens (France), the tour will pass through London (27 October), Berlin (November 7) and Milan (November 21) between almost thirty appointments, which will end in Paris on 29 November.

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