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MessageSujet: Re: Album de Richie / AOTL - Nouveau clip en préparation ...   Jeu 2 Aoû - 16:51

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Si vs voulez précommander la version japonaise Wink

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1. Burn That Candle Down
2. Every Road Leads Home To You
3. Weathering The Storm
4. Nowadays
5. Taking A Chance On The Wind
6.Sugar Daddy
7. I’ll Always Walk Beside You
8.You Can Only Get So High
9. Learnin’ How To Fly With A Broken Wing
10. Forgiveness Street
11. Seven Years Gone
12. World
13. Backseat Driver (ボーナス・トラック)
14. Let’s discus on the call (ボーナス・トラック)

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MessageSujet: Re: Album de Richie / AOTL - Nouveau clip en préparation ...   Ven 3 Aoû - 13:51

Merci pour les infos kisseblue

Hâte de voir le clip Very Happy

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MessageSujet: Re: Album de Richie / AOTL - Nouveau clip en préparation ...   Mar 7 Aoû - 19:34

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Assembling the band for the @TheRealSambora tour. Just hired our rhythm guitar player. The band's going to kill! Can't wait to play it live!

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MessageSujet: Re: Album de Richie / AOTL - Nouveau clip en préparation ...   Sam 18 Aoû - 7:37

Une excellent interview dans Rolling Stone:

Q&A: Bon Jovi's Richie Sambora on New Solo Album: 'My Stuff Is Pretty Universal'Guitarist says 'Aftermath of the Lowdown' focuses on personal freedom

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As the founding guitar-slinger in Bon Jovi, Richie Sambora has done everything he can to live up to his job description. He's shredded solos in stadiums across the planet, married and divorced a famous actress (Heather Locklear), been to rehab and experienced all the excesses, pitfalls and perks of international superstardom. As the song goes, he's seen a million faces and he's rocked them all.

However, Sambora is sometimes portrayed as the Robin to Jon Bon Jovi's Batman, the Watson to Jon's Sherlock. Now that Bon Jovi has some downtime between album and tour cycles, Sambora is stepping into his own well-deserved spotlight with his third solo album, Aftermath of the Lowdown, out September 18th. For the first time in his 30-year career, Sambora signed with an independent label, Dangerbird, instead of sticking with the majors (Bon Jovi has stayed with Universal Music Group, home of Sambora's previous solo albums).

Sambora chatted with Rolling Stone about his master plan for his new album and asserting his independence while staying fully aligned with his legendary main band.

Aftermath is a totally different animal than your previous solo albums.
I'm very, very happy with this record. When you're making a record, you try to achieve stylistically what fits on you. Like a good old coat, you know what I mean? With this record, I've achieved that. I feel really very good. The reason I called it Aftermath of the Lowdown is because when you give somebody the lowdown, that's the truth. And when you tell somebody the truth, there's an aftermath to it. So the songs are the aftermath of my particular story, of my life experience over the past decade.

Bon Jovi recently came back from an incredible, extremely successful world tour. You were selling out stadiums around the globe. At what point did you start getting material together that was specifically for a solo album?
I really didn't start writing until the tour was over. We did a mammoth 18-and-a-half month tour, 52 countries. The first 12 months was named the biggest tour on the planet; that was pretty amazing. Actually, you know, I got home, I took a 10-day vacation with my daughter, and I came back to my house and I was extremely energized and I knew that was going to be my window. So right then and there, I started. I didn't know what was going to happen. I just said, "You know what, I'm going to start writing some songs and see what happens." Once I started writing, I really liked the material and it was authentic, passionate and honest. And that's what makes a really good record. So there was a bit of magic happening right off the bat. Building the foundation of this record, obviously, was the writing process.

The lyrics are very heartfelt. You have, "Every heartache's a blessing/ Every knockdown was a start." I know you touched upon this with the album title, but did you intentionally set out to make a record that was so intensely personal?
What I found, interestingly enough, through the ups and downs of my life over the past decade since I made my other solo record, and all the stuff that I've gone through in my life over the past decade – this record is basically about my stuff. And what I really found out is that my stuff is pretty universal. The stuff that I've gone through isn't that alien. The stuff that I've gone through, anybody can go through in their lives and they probably will. Ups and downs and things like that. So I really felt like everybody can relate to these lyrics and make them their own. At the end of it, when I looked back on it, that's really what I've found.

You're exactly right except, perhaps, for "Seven Years Gone" because of the specific number of years. That one's about your ex-wife?
About seven years ago, life for me started to take kind of a little bit of a dip. I was getting divorced, my father was dying of cancer at that point in time, so things were definitely at a transformative period in my life. And then all of the sudden, I looked up, when I started writing this record, and I said, "Wow! Seven years gone!" It really went by very quickly. I started to think about the transference of time. My God, it's like, all of the sudden, I've been in this business for 30 years now and all the amazing stuff that's happened to me. So I guess it was kind of a reflection on all that kind of stuff, and I think anybody can relate to that.

You know what else I found during the making of the record? Pain and struggle are necessary, and challenging situations like that are necessary, for you to actually find your freedom and move on. The essential message of this record is freedom. A song like "Taking a Chance on the Wind" – about "Raising my flag/ And taking my chance on the wind" – it's all about risk. But, it's like, people ask me, "Why'd you make this record, Richie? Wasn't it a risk to make such a record?" And I say, "It would've been a risk not to make this record." I had to get this stuff out. It was a cathartic thing for me to do this album. And also, just to express my individuality away from the band.

I think that's probably why I went with an independent record company. That's why I went with Dangerbird. All this about "raising my flag" – independence. That's what I wanted, you know? I wanted independence from stuff that I knew before.

When I first heard some of these songs, they sounded like they came out of jams. There's this freshness and immediacy to it that feels like a bunch of guys in the studio playing from their hearts.
Thank you. That's what it was. At the end of the day, I was trying to capture my independence through this music. I love being in Bon Jovi and I'm going to obviously continue with that band and it's going to be fun. But when you can actually break free as an individual and have the great opportunity to go in and make a record like this, where, like you said, a guy like me... I don't really care about the press. I don't mean to sound like an asshole but I don't care about the press. What I do care about is having an artistic opportunity like this.

It's a classic rock album in a sense. There's metal, there's rock, there's blues – the elements. It's a timeless kind of music. But I know you have a teenage daughter. Does she keep you updated with new music and new styles like, for instance, electronic stuff?
Ah, bro, check it out. This new record also definitely sounds modern. The guys that I play with are younger than me; I made sure of that. So we added very much of a younger flavor and my voice actually sounds younger than I am.

My daughter is an essential part of my listening process; she turns me onto stuff all the time. We went to Coachella this year together. I stayed for the whole three days and saw everybody. It was a blast. And to be honest with you, I had never really experienced this electronica stuff before. I really took a shining to this kid Madeon who's a DJ but he adds music and he really plays to the crowd. I thought he was really brilliant. I got a chance to talk to him afterwards.

But I'm the kind of guy [where] I buy two or three new records per week. I spend a lot of time on the treadmill staying in shape these days, so I like to listen to new records when I'm on the treadmill. And also I got a lot of friends that send me their Spotify playlists. The other musicians in my band and my producer, who did a stunning job on this record, is always giving me stuff to listen to. Always inspires me. Anything that's out new I like to pick up and listen to and then I've got my classic diet of old blues that I bring out of the closet too, you know?

This is a solo project, not a side project. You get to assume the role of dictator. In Bon Jovi, does Jon assume the dictator role or is it a democratic process that you all get to participate in?
At the end of the day, Jon has to be out there; he has to be the mouthpiece. So I mean, even from a writing standpoint, essentially, I'm really writing for Jon to actually sing those lyrics. But luckily, we grew up five miles away from each other, a couple years apart, in the same place, the same kind of blue-collar work ethic of New Jersey and stuff like that. We have a lot of common ground, so it's quite easy. But obviously when I'm making a record like this, like you said, the words for me are uncensored because I get a chance to tell my story here.

And also I think what was important to me as I'm growing up – because I always think I'm growing up and I still think of myself as a kid – [is that] I hope I'm going to be able to change people's perspective as to who I am. As a lead vocalist, as an artist in his own right, away from the band. Because I think that my music also has merit and I think that it has a lot to offer people.

I've had a very, very interesting view of the planet over the last 30 years, touring as excessively as I have. And music is the most evocative, transformative, connective force in humanity, man. I've seen it firsthand. I've seen it all over the world, how it connects people. I'm hoping that my music can be a part of that whole energy.

One last question, something I just have to ask: Alec John Such left Bon Jovi in 1994. Hugh McDonald has handled bass duties since then, but he's rarely in any of the official photos nor is he listed as an official member. Eighteen years into it, is he finally part of the brotherhood?
He's exactly where he is right now. It's exactly where he came in, but he's obviously a treasured piece of what the band is. I think that Jon just wants to keep the integrity of the five guys that started this unit and that's what it is.

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MessageSujet: Re: Album de Richie / AOTL - Nouveau clip en préparation ...   Lun 20 Aoû - 17:47

Pour une interview au Wall Street Journal:

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MessageSujet: Re: Album de Richie / AOTL - Nouveau clip en préparation ...   Lun 20 Aoû - 17:53

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Luke Ebbin‏:

Assembling the band for the @TheRealSambora tour. Just hired our rhythm guitar player. The band's going to kill! Can't wait to play it live!

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follow @drh3 @Curtschneid @Sterloid and matt rollings (as soon as we get him on the Twitter machine) and me-

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Lotsa interviews and filled in the missing piece in my band. David Ryan Harris on guitar

Donc: RICHIE SAMBORA + Luke Ebbin + David Ryan Harris + Curt Schneider + Aaron Sterling + Matt Rollings

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MessageSujet: Re: Album de Richie / AOTL - Nouveau clip en préparation ...   Ven 24 Aoû - 20:21

Richie vient de l'annoncer sur son Twitter:

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First date of the Every Road tour... Amsterdam Oct. 9th.. It's on.

Sa tournée commencera le 9 Octobre 2012 à Amsterdam
Tournée européenne pour commencer :-)

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MessageSujet: Re: Album de Richie / AOTL - Nouveau clip en préparation ...   Sam 25 Aoû - 11:59

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MessageSujet: Re: Album de Richie / AOTL - Nouveau clip en préparation ...   Sam 25 Aoû - 12:25

Voici les T-Shirt qui seront en vente lors des concerts de la tournée (seulement dispo dans les concerts pour le moment)

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MessageSujet: Re: Album de Richie / AOTL - Nouveau clip en préparation ...   Sam 25 Aoû - 12:41

Encore une bonne interview de Richie pour American Songwritter à l'occasion de la sortie de son album

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Last summer, Richie Sambora wrapped up a long tour with Bon Jovi. The guys had been on the road for a year and a half, playing as many as twenty-five songs a night, and everyone was tired. It was the perfect time for a summer vacation. Days after the final show, though, Richie got back to work by focusing on a new project, Aftermath Of The Lowdown, a collection of ballads and guitar-heavy rockers that doubles as his third solo album. We caught up with the urban cowboy earlier this month to get the lowdown on Lowdown.

Richie! Congrats on the solo record. It must be nice to do interviews where you don’t have to answer the same questions about “Wanted Dead or Alive” for the millionth time.

Sometimes you gotta do that, but doing this is great, too. I love this record. I really do.

Tell us a bit about it.

I’m thrilled with the songs and I’m thrilled with the band and I’m thrilled with the way everything came out. It just gelled. It was organic. It’s one of those special records where you look back at it and go, “We captured the spirit.” It’s hard to do that sometimes. You have to go through the technical process first, which sometimes impedes the spirit when you’re in the studio. You can do a couple wrong things, and it takes the soul right out of the record. With this one, I’m just really happy with the end product.

After recording more than ten albums with Bon Jovi, what’s it like to work with a different band?
My producer, Luke Ebbin, helped me put together a great group of guys. Right off the bat, we went into the studio and we cut “Every Road Leads Home To You.” This record is essentially about my own stuff — the stuff I’ve been through, the ups and downs over the last ten years or so — and “Every Road” is one of the songs I wrote about my daughter. I think everyone has a “home,” whether it be their husband or boyfriend or wife or girlfriend or just their house. It’s a place, or person, that they yearn to come home to. So I was in the studio with the guys, they were immediately feeling the groove like I was, and we really became a band — just a great, fresh-sounding gang of guys — on that song.

Are there any songs that changed direction once you started playing them with the guys?

“Weathering the Storm,” which I wrote with Bernie Taupin. Actually, I should elaborate on that. This is a songwriting magazine! Being a fan of Elton [John] and Bernie for many many years, it was an honor to write with Bernie. A friend and publisher put us together. We went out to dinner and got along famously, just talking about our lives, our musical roots, our influences. We got together about two weeks later and talked some more, and he said, “Ok, I got it.” About three or four days after that, he sent me a couple of lyrics. I gravitated toward two of them, one of which didn’t make the record. I felt like “Weathering the Storm” was relevant not only to my life, but to so many people who’re going through tumultuous times right now. They’re just getting through adversity and coming out on the other end of it. It’s about that, and it’s a very triumphant song.

The way Bernie does things, he basically hands you a lyric and says “Go.” Ha! I’d never written like that. I always have lyrics and music, because they come to me at the same time. So I had a bit of anxiety about this, but once I picked up the lyric, I started singing melodies to it. I got the melodies down, then I put some chords to it, and when we presented it to the band, we all tried it a few different ways. Different instrumentation, different speeds… but the incarnation that made the record is the best interpretation of the lyric.

So in this case, the lyrics helped push the song in a certain direction.

Yeah. I looked for a sympathetic melodic line. I was just singing different ideas, trying to find something that would really get the lyric across. I’m thrilled with what we did, and Bernie’s thrilled — and that in itself is amazing. I mean, Bernie’s only written with three other guys in his life, Elton being one of them. We’ve written a couple songs since then, so we have a cool little partnership going on.

When you write songs for Bon Jovi, you’re writing them for someone else’s voice. Jon is the lead singer. But on this album, you’re the lead singer. That’s a big change.

Absolutely. As a songwriter, if you’re working with someone else, you have to take their personality into account. You’ve gotta figure out what you’d like to hear them say, what you’d like to hear them sing. With Jon and I, not only are we in the same band, but there’s a huge commonality between where we grew up, what social class we were in, and how we grew up. We were raised five miles away from each other, about three years apart. So there’s a lot of things we share, but Jon is the megaphone in that band, so I’m writing things for him. In my solo career, I’m the megaphone. I get to explore my own life experiences. Making this record for me was a great opportunity to check in with myself, which is the great thing about songwriting in general. It forces you to make observations. The song “Nowadays” is basically Richie making an observation about what’s happening in the world, which is something I’ve had the blessing to observe with Bon Jovi. Our last tour was eighteen and a half months in fifty-two countries. I’ve been able to look at the entire world, and “Nowadays” was my own view of what’s going on out there.

What about the more personal songs? When you’re writing these songs and singing them, is it scary to get really personal with your lyrics?

Yeah, but that wasn’t a challenge at all. Some artists don’t wanna do that, but the risk for me was to be unauthentic. The music would’ve come out either way, and if I wasn’t singing about my own life, I think the record would be bullshit. It wouldn’t be real. That’s not the kind of record I want to make. On this record, there’s an authenticity and a vulnerability. And there’s a communicative aspect. I’m talking about me, but these songs are going to be relatable to people all over the planet. Because like I said, I’ve had that bird’s eye view of the world over the last thirty years. I’ve seen music be the most evocative, transformative, and communicative language in humanity. I go to places where they shouldn’t even understand our language, and music breaks down those barriers. I’ve been able to communicate to the masses through songwriting, and I’ve been doing that for a long, long time. I think this record will do that, too.

I was listening to the title track from Stranger In This Town the other day. That song still holds up.

Thank you. I love that song.

Are you on good terms with the rest of that album? It’s more than twenty years old. Were there things about the album that you wanted to bring to Aftermath Of The Lowdown, too?

Just the sincerity. That’s a very, very different album, and I approached it on a different level. It came on the heels of Slippery When Wet and New Jersey, but it wasn’t an everyday pop record. There was some blues, some R&B, jazz, and a lot of progressive stuff on there. It threw people for a loop. The only thing I tried to bring from that record to this one was the authenticity of what I was singing about. Stranger In This Town is a very sincere record — those songs still mean a lot to me — and when I go on the road to promote this new one, I’ll be singing songs from that one, too.

Who will you have on the road with you? The same band that played on the album?

Yeah, my same guys. I’ve got my guys! We had such a good time making this record that I was able to convince them to come out with me. Except for Rusty [Anderson], my guitar understudy, who’s not going to be able to make it out. But I did get David Ryan Harris, who’s John Mayer’s guitar player. I have Matt Rollins on keyboards; he’s an amazing guy out of Nashville who’s also played with Dire Straits. Aaron Sterling on drums, who’s John Mayer alumni also, and Curt Schneider on bass, who’s worked with people like Sting. He’s also a producer. So I have my guys. We’re gonna have a blast, man.

Good, because this album sounds like a “band album,” rather than a solo record with a bunch of anonymous players backing you up.

You’re absolutely correct. There was such a ferocity in the musical communication, and that’s why there’s some extended jams on this record. You hear a lot of stuff coming off the floor at the end of “Burn the Candle Down,” at the end of “Learning How To Fly With a Broken Wing,” at the end of “Sugar Daddy,” at the end of “Takin a Chance on the Wind.” I just kept it. It was organic stuff. I don’t hear a lot of guitar players out there soloing anymore, at least not a lot of people actually composing guitar solos. That’s one of the reasons I picked up the guitar in the first place. I wanted to have the self-expression of a guy like Jimi Hendrix or Eric Clapton. In essence, you’re writing music inside the solo. That’s something I’ve always done, and I’ve been limited before — even on Bon Jovi records — so I decided, “Hey, this is a solo album, so I’m the boss. Here we go.”

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MessageSujet: Re: Album de Richie / AOTL - Nouveau clip en préparation ...   Sam 25 Aoû - 12:43

L'album sortira le 17 Septembre pour la France:

Cet article paraîtra le 17 septembre 2012.

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MessageSujet: Re: Album de Richie / AOTL - Nouveau clip en préparation ...   Sam 25 Aoû - 12:53

merci pour toutes ces infos

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MessageSujet: Re: Album de Richie / AOTL - Nouveau clip en préparation ...   Lun 27 Aoû - 9:08

y a une mini rumeur sur certaines villes européennes que Richie pourrait visiter pour sa tournée, dont PARIS. bien sur rien d officiel, d apres vous qu elle salle a PARIS pourrait acceuillir Richie ?

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MessageSujet: Re: Album de Richie / AOTL - Nouveau clip en préparation ...   Lun 27 Aoû - 11:21

Je me méfie toujours de ces rumeurs. J'attends l'annonce des dates officielles.
Mais s'il venait à Paris, ça m'arrangerait que ça soit un weekend.
J'ai changé de boulot il y a peu donc c'est pas terrible pour avoir des congés...

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MessageSujet: Re: Album de Richie / AOTL - Nouveau clip en préparation ...   Lun 27 Aoû - 11:25

Il y aurait la sortie d'un nouveau single pour ce mardi:
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MessageSujet: Re: Album de Richie / AOTL - Nouveau clip en préparation ...   Lun 27 Aoû - 11:49

mikesamborey a écrit:
Je me méfie toujours de ces rumeurs. J'attends l'annonce des dates officielles.

t inquiete, j y croirais seulement quand ce sera officiel. je voudrais avoir une idée sur la salle de concert pour surveiller une eventuelle date de ce coté la

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MessageSujet: Re: Album de Richie / AOTL - Nouveau clip en préparation ...   Lun 27 Aoû - 13:16

sur ce lien quelques infos sur le concert a amsterdam

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MessageSujet: Re: Album de Richie / AOTL - Nouveau clip en préparation ...   Lun 27 Aoû - 17:36

Mise en vente des places le 29/08
Prix à partir de 35€ Shocked

ça reste correct

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MessageSujet: Re: Album de Richie / AOTL - Nouveau clip en préparation ...   Mar 28 Aoû - 17:35

2 Nouvelles dates!!!

Richie:
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Two tour dates added in Germany! 12 October in Munich, 13 October in Berlin!

Donc le récap"
9 Octobre - Amsterdam - Melkweg (Il y a 2 salles - 1500 ou 700 places)

12 Octobre - Munich - Circue Krone

13 Octobre - Berlin - Huxley's

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MessageSujet: Re: Album de Richie / AOTL - Nouveau clip en préparation ...   Mer 29 Aoû - 11:35

16 Octobre - Londres - O2 Shepherds Bush Empire

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MessageSujet: Re: Album de Richie / AOTL - Nouveau clip en préparation ...   Mer 29 Aoû - 12:45

pour les places en allemagne

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par contre ils disent seulement 4 concert en europe no desol

et pour londres

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MessageSujet: Re: Album de Richie / AOTL - Nouveau clip en préparation ...   Mer 29 Aoû - 18:29

En pleine interview avec Masa Itoh, grand journaliste japonais pour un programme musical

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Des photos de la session pour le livret de l'album:

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MessageSujet: Re: Album de Richie / AOTL - Nouveau clip en préparation ...   Mer 29 Aoû - 20:33

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cheers J'espère que d'autres dates vont- être ajoutées Very Happy

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MessageSujet: Re: Album de Richie / AOTL - Nouveau clip en préparation ...   Jeu 30 Aoû - 15:39

Emma a écrit:
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cheers J'espère que d'autres dates vont- être ajoutées Very Happy

je pense qu il y aura que ces 4 dates Sad apparement de ce qu il en est sorti a San Francisco la tournée va durée 2 mois en tout (europe et etats unis)

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