Mann Heads To Europe Before Getting 'Lost'

Singer/songwriter Aimee Mann, whose fourth album, "Lost in Space" is due on her own SuperEgo label in mid-August, has a set a handful of summer European tour dates. Starting with appearances at Sweden

Singer/songwriter Aimee Mann, whose fourth album, "Lost in Space" is due on her own SuperEgo label in mid-August, has a set a handful of summer European tour dates. Starting with appearances at Sweden's Malmo Festival (June 26) and Skelleftea Festival (June 28), the mini-tour will hit seven venues through a July 4 date at London's Astoria.

Mann and husband/collaborator Michael Penn last October canceled a run of European dates in the wake of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks and the U.S. State Department's warnings to Americans traveling abroad. The new Mann dates, which will not feature Penn, also include a performance at Denmark's Roskilde festival.

Mann's latest album, the self-released "Bachelor No. 2" (SuperEgo), debuted at No. 134 on The Billboard 200 in May 2000. She also was a major contributor to the Reprise soundtrack for the film "Magnolia," which hit No. 58 on The Billboard 200.

Here are Aimee Mann's European tour dates:

June 26: Malmo, Sweden (Malmo Festival)
June 28: Skelleftea, Sweden (Skelleftea Festival)
June 29: Copenhagen, Denmark (Roskilde Festival)
July 1: Dublin (National Stadium)
July 2: Edinburgh (Liquid Rooms)
July 3: Manchester, England (Academy)
July 4: London (Astoria)