Wednesday, July 8, 2020

Lenny Kravitz cancels European tour



Lenny Kravitz has cancelled a recently-postponed European tour in support of his 2018 album, “Raise Vibration.”

“To all of my friends in Europe,” says Kravitz, “I am regretfully reaching out to let you know that my ‘Here To Love’ tour dates will not be rescheduled at this time due to the current impact of COVID-19 around the world. I was looking forward to coming to play for you, but at this moment, it is most important to make sure that you all, as well as my band and crew remain safe and healthy.

“I hope to be back to see you all soon in a safe environment. We are all one. Let’s band together and Let Love Rule.”


Kravitz produced and recorded “Raise Vibration” at his Bahamas studio; the record went Top 5 in several countries while debuting and peaking at No. 43 on the US Billboard 200.

The rocker will release his memoir, “Let Love Rule”, on October 6; co-written by biographer and songwriter David Ritz, the books covers the story of the singer’s early years, culminating in the 1989 release of his debut album of the same name.

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