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Lenny Kravitz + Support by Gabriel Garzon-Montano : 6 December

Lenny Kravitz + Support by Gabriel Garzon-Montano : 6 December

Lenny Kravitz will return to London for an exclusive performance on 06 December. The Grammy winning rocker, who releases his tenth studio album ‘Strut’ on 22 September via Roxie Records /Kobalt Label Services, plays guitar, bass, keyboards,  drums and percussion on the album, as well as producing and arranging it as well.

Kravitz’s tenth studio album Strut will be released on September 23 2014 via Roxie Records/ Kobalt Label Services. The album is a real rock & roll record that hits hard rhythmically and explores desire in all its forms, from the most physical to the most idealised. The release’s twelve songs (see full track listing below) includes such titles as New York City, I Never Want to Let You Down and She’s a Beast. These songs wear their heart on their sleeve, and that’s the way Kravitz intended it. He’s had massive hits over the years and sold nearly forty million albums. Now is a perfect time to get to the heart of the matter.

“This record brought me back to a place of what I love so much about music,” Lenny Kravitz says, “back to the feelings I had when I was in high school. It’s a real rock & roll record – it’s raw, it’s got soul and it came together really quickly.”

As always, Kravitz plays guitar, bass, keyboards and drums and percussion on the album, and produced and arranged it as well. To provide the final defining touch on Strut, however, Kravitz called on the legendary Bob Clearmountain to mix the album (David Bowie’s Let’s Dance, the Rolling Stones’ Tattoo You and Bruce Springsteen’s Born in the U.S.A.) .

Event Info
Doors Open: 18:30 Price: £38.50 - £44.00 Onsale: Fri, 27 Jun 2014 - 09:00 GMT


Supported by Gabriel Garzón-Montano

Introducing singer, composer, multi-instrumentalist and native New Yorker Gabriel Garzón-Montano. Born to a Colombian father and a French mother, Gabriel spent his early years mastering the violin, guitar, and drums, before turning to the piano and bass guitar to better complete his compositions. By the time he graduated from Purchase College's Conservatory of Music, the foundations for his debut EP, Bishouné: Alma del Huila, were already laid.

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