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NEW YORK, Nov. 14 – Living Colour, the multi-platinum rock band whose music Rolling Stone described as “an intoxicating brew of hard, grinding rock with splashes of funk, jazz, reggae and pop,” have returned to the studio to finish work on Shade, their forthcoming album.
The band has also postponed a number of their fall tour dates in order to spend the remainder of the year working on their sixth studio offering. However, Living Colour will be playing four shows before the end of the year:
Nov. 28 – New York, NY Irving Plaza
Nov. 29 – Londonderry, NH Tupelo Music Hall (SOLD OUT)
Nov. 30 – Boston, MA Paradise Rock Club
Dec. 01 – Philadelphia, PA World Café Live
“While we don’t want to disappoint our fans,” explained guitarist Vernon Reid, “we need this time to finish recording the new album. We will be back in February with new material. We really appreciate our fans’ support and want to make the best record we can.”
Dates that have been postponed are:
Dec. 03 – Stafford Springs, CT Stafford Palace Theatre
Dec. 04 – Newton, NJ The Newton Theatre
Dec. 05 – Ridgefield, CT Ridgefield Playhouse
Dec. 06 – Leesburg, VA Tally Ho Theatre
Dec. 07 – Hanover, MD Maryland Live Casino
Dec. 09 – Nashville, TN City Winery Nashville
Dec. 10 – Carrboro, NC Cat’s Cradle
Dec. 12 – Ft. Lauderdale, FL The Culture Room
Dec. 13 – St. Petersburg, FL The State Theatre
Dec. 14 – Atlanta, GA The Masquerade
* Source: Speakeasy PR & Marketing
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