News on Lenny Kravitz, Virgin, Radiohead
Lenny Kravitz has rescheduled his Japanese tour, originally due to begin last weekend, for the fall. No reason was given for the change in dates, which were to have preceded an extensive summer North American tour with Pink and Abandoned Pools in tow. As previously reported, that jaunt begins July 12 in Virginia Beach, Va.
Kravitz is still planning to hit Europe for a month's worth of festival and headlining dates, kicking off May 17 at the Rock Am Ring festival in Nurburgring, Germany. He is touring in support of his latest Virgin album, "Lenny," which debuted at No. 12 on The Billboard 200 and has sold 615,000 copies in the U.S. to date, according to SoundScan.
Here are Lenny Kravitz's rescheduled Japanese dates:
Sept. 28: Osaka, Japan (Zepp)
Sept. 30, Oct. 1: Tokyo (Budokan)
Oct. 3: Hiroshima, Japan (Kouseininkin Hall)
Oct. 6: Fukuoka, Japan (Kokusai Center)
Oct. 7: Osaka, Japan (Osaka-Jo Hall)
Oct. 10: Nagoya, Japan (Kentaikukan)
Oct. 11: Toyoama, Japan (Obird Hall)
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