Le segnalazioni di VIRUS CONCERT SMS VENICE - - -Madeleine Peyroux
Here are 2 streams to a "radio special" interview. CD s are coming for duping, it
is broken into two parts due to its length:
Lastly Here is a link to the long version of her EPK:
Radio Edits CD’s “Instead in wallet will be ready end of this week. They have the tour dates on the back. E Single is set up for release.
River of Tears Edit 3.37 will be arriving shortly – the one we were sent was the wrong one -
Bonus track for Itunes “Our Lady Of Pigalle” has been serviced.
Here are some press releases:
US MIX TAPE
PEYROUX BIO ATTACHED
MADELEINE PEYROUX WORKS WITH
NATIONAL COALITION AGAINST DOMESTIC VIOLENCE
TO RAISE MONEY, AWARENESS ON 2009 SPRING TOUR
When Madeleine Peyroux heads out on her headlining 2009 Spring tour, it won’t just be music she’ll be bringing to each city. Working with the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence, Peyroux will donate $1 from each ticket sold to a local charity through the NCADV. This is not the first time Peyroux has raised money while out on tour, having done similar fundraisers on her past 5 North American tours. Peyroux, who the New York Times says “has a Mona Lisa voice and a personality to match...you can read whatever emotions you want in her sly, enigmatic interpretations,” will begin the month long tour March 6 in Albany, NY in support of her new album ‘Bare Bones,’ out March 10 on Rounder Records. Peyroux (vocals and guitar), will be joined on tour by Jon Herington (guitar), Larry Goldings (keyboards), Barak Mori (bass) and Darren Beckett (drums).
Madeleine Peyroux 2009 Spring Tour Dates March 6 Albany, NY The Egg, Center for the performing Arts March 7 Tarrytown, NY Tarrytown Music Hall March 10 New York, NY Joe’s Pub March 13 Nashville, TN Schermerhorn Symphony Center March 15 Minneapolis, MN Pantages Theatre March 18 Milwaukee, WI Pabst Theater March 19 Des Moines, IA Hoyt Sherman Place March 20 Kansas City, MO Folly Theater March 21 Boulder, CO Boulder Theater March 24 Seattle, WA Moore Theater March 25 Eugene, OR Shedd Institute For The Arts March 27 San Francisco, CA Palace of Fine Arts Theatre March 28 Los Angeles, CA Club Nokia March 31 Scottsdale, AZ Scottsdale Center For The Performing Arts April 1 Tucson, AZ Rialto Theatre April 2 Santa Fe, NM Lensic Performing Arts Center April 4 Austin, TX Hogg Memorial Auditorium
With ‘Bare Bones’ Peyroux dives into songwriting with the same emotion she has given others’ songs in the past. She had a hand in writing all 11 tracks on the album, creating a deeply personal piece of work that gives listeners a window into her fascinating life story -- moving from the US to Paris with her mother as a child, dropping out of high school to busk on the streets, and rising up to critical acclaim and commercial success.
MADELEINE PEYROUX’S EARTHY NEW ALBUM
BARE BONES OUT MARCH 10, 2009
Burlington, MA – Smoky voiced singer Madeleine Peyroux’s earthy new album Bare Bones will be released March 10, 2009 on Rounder Records. Peyroux — who’s achieved critical notice and sales success with her signature “postmodernist coolness” (LA Times) -- had a hand in writing all the songs on Bare Bones, including collaborations with album producer Larry Klein, Walter Becker, Julian Coryell, Joe Henry, David Batteau and Sean Wayland. One song, “I Must Be Saved,” was written entirely by Peyroux. With Bare Bones, Peyroux has crafted her best album yet, an artistic breakthrough that finds her sublime voice wrapped around a collection of songs that she helped craft from their inception, marking her evolution as a songwriter. Peyroux says the album builds from wariness, to loss, to acceptance, and finally to hope. “I’m really happy that I got to write,” says Peyroux, “It feels like a new segment, and it’s great work. I’m surrounded by beautiful sounds, really honest musicians, really honest playing.” Bare Bones was recorded in Los Angeles at Henson Studios this fall. Peyroux’s 2004 Rounder album Careless Love was a major breakthrough, selling over a million copies worldwide and landing on numerous top-of-the-year lists. Her 2006 recording Half the Perfect World built upon that success and garnered the musician her highest ever chart position and sales weeks while drawing further critical notice.
Bare Bones Track List: 1. Instead (Julian Coryell/Peyroux) 2. Bare Bones (Walter Becker/Larry Klein/Peyroux) 3. Damn the Circumstances (David Batteau/Larry Klein/Peyroux) 4. River of Tears (Klein/Peyroux) 5. You Can’t Do Me (Becker/Klein/Peyroux) 6. Love and Treachery (Joe Henry/Klein/Peyroux) 7. Our Lady of Pigalle (Batteau/Klein/Peyroux) 8. Homeless Happiness (Coryell/Peyroux) 9. To Love You All Over Again (Batteau/Peyroux) 10. I Must Be Saved (Peyroux) 11. Somethin’ Grand (Klein/Peyroux/Sean Wayland)
MADELEINE PEYROUX’S ULTIMATE MIXTAPE
Burlington, MA – Ever wonder what Madeleine Peyroux listens to? The smoky voiced chanteuse, whose new album Bare Bones is out March 10 on Rounder Records, recently put together a playlist of her favorite songs as part of an appearance at Second Sundays, a music and interview songwriters series, at Rockwood Music Hall in New York City. During the hour and twenty minute interview, Peyroux touched on her upbringing, performing on the streets of Paris and who would compose the score to her life, among other topics.
Take a look at her playlist:
“A Boy Named Sue” - Johnny Cash
“Work Song” - Oscar Brown Jr.
“Romance In The Dark” - Lil Green
“Drift Away” - Dobie Gray
“Trouble In Mind” - Dinah Washington
“Lovesick Blues” - Hank Williams
“Just The Two Of Us” - Bill Withers
“Your Feets Too Big” - Fats Waller
“Let’s Go Get Stoned” - Ray Charles
“Something So Right” - Paul Simon
“What A Little Moonlight Can Do” - Billie Holiday
“Call Letter Blues” - Bob Dylan
“Trampin’” - Marian Anderson
“Short People” - Randy Newman
“The Bourgeois Blues” - Leadbelly
“Que Sera Sera (Whatever Will Be, Will Be)” - Sly & The Family Stone
“It Ain’t Necessarily So” - Ella Fitzgerald & Louis Armstrong
MADELEINE PEYROUX - SPRING 2009
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