Absolute Radio is staging an exclusive intimate gig with four-time Grammy Award winning artist LENNY KRAVITZ in the fittingly wild, rock’n’roll venue that is The Box, situated in the heart of the red light district in London’s Soho. This is the first time in three years that Kravitz will take to the stage for a solo headline performance. He will return to the spotlight on Monday 12 September for Absolute Radio in front of a select capacity crowd of just two hundred people…and you could be there!
Expect a variety of classics including ‘Fly Away’, ‘American Woman’ and ‘Are You Gonna Go My way’, with a mix new tracks from Lenny’s brand new album ‘Black and White America’ – his highly anticipated ninth studio album. The record is driven by new single ‘Stand’ and follows eight previous albums and over 35 million units sold. Kravitz will bring his unique style to the table for the latest Absolute Radio Live gig. He has transcended genre, style, race and class into a 20 year musical career, one of which revels in the rich influences of ’60s and ’70s rock and funk.
Absolute Radio are giving you the chance to win tickets to be at this once-in-a-lifetime performance on-air and online, while the gig will also be filmed to view on-demand, right here at absoluteradio.co.uk. In order to enter this competition, you need to head over to THIS LOCATION and set up a free Absolute Radio Account. Account registration is free and you’ll be done in less time than you’ve taken to read this. Once you are signed-in, you’ll be directed to the competition entry form.
Christian O’Connell announced the gig on the breakfast show. He said “Lenny Kravitz is an incredible artist and the fans that are lucky enough to win tickets are in for a real treat. He oozes cool and with such an intimate audience the gig promises to be very special indeed.”
LENNY KRAVITZ at The Box in Soho is the latest in a line of unique Absolute Radio Live gigs in unusual places, including; Elbow in the Crypt at St Paul’s Cathedral, the legendary Elton John in the ethereal surroundings of the Union Chapel, the first ever rock gig in The Houses of Parliament with Biffy Clyro, closing London’s infamous Regent Street for our first birthday with Madness performing, Newton Faulkner playing in a Hot Air Balloon high above the Alps, and Texas at Tower Bridge – all of which were truly unmissable, money-can’t-buy experiences for genuine music fans.