03.13.11 Jo Lawry performing in New York on March 15...


Australian-born vocalist Jo Lawry returns to Cornelia Street Café for her first New York performance since her stint as with Sting on his 2010/2011 Symphonicities tour. Jo's debut album,' I Want to Be Happy', was released in 2008 to rave reviews, and named among the "Best CDs of the Decade" in Downbeat Magazine.

In addition to working with her own quintet, Jo is the vocalist for the Fred Hersch Pocket Orchestra, whose album, Live at Jazz Standard was released on Sunnyside Records. Jo has been featured as a guest on numerous recordings; stand-outs include Dr. Lonnie Smith's album 'Rise Up!' and Kate McGarry's Grammy-nominated 'If Less is More... Nothing is Everything'. She appears with her quintet, featuring James Shipp (vibes/percussion), Gilad Hekselman (guitar), Matt Clohesy (bass) and Jordan Perlson (drums).

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Spring sees Dominic Miller starting an extensive tour that will see him on the road until the end of May 2011. Starting with a date in Kamloops, British Columbia on March 24 the tour then moves to Central and South America with visits to Chile, Argentina, Mexico, Colombia and Uruguay before moving continents to Europe and visits to the UK, Germany, Austria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Italy, Bulgaria, Latvia and Lithuania.
Live Nation is pleased to announce that Sting will perform at the Montreux Jazz Festival (Auditorium Stravinski) on July 11, 2011, and at the Monte Carlo Sporting Club Festival in Monaco on July 25, 2011, along his celebrated Symphonicity world tour. Following sold-out performances across North America, Europe and Australia, Symphonicity finds Sting performing his greatest hits re-imagined for symphonic arrangement, accompanied by a symphony orchestra and band, conducted by Sarah Hicks.
Live Nation is pleased to announce that Sting will perform in Locarno at the Moon & Stars Festival on July 9, 2011, along his celebrated Symphonicity world tour. Following sold-out performances across North America, Europe and Australia, Symphonicity finds Sting performing his greatest hits re-imagined for symphonic arrangement, accompanied by a symphony orchestra and band, conducted by Sarah Hicks.
Live Nation is pleased to announce that Sting will extend his critically-acclaimed Symphonicity world tour with additional dates across Europe this summer. Accompanied by a symphony orchestra and band and conducted by Sarah Hicks, Sting will perform his greatest hits, re-imagined for symphonic arrangement. Following sold-out performances throughout North America, Europe and Australia, the Symphonicity tour will appear at the Zimny Stadion Ondreja Nepelu in Bratislava on June 29, 2011.
In a special interview Sir David Frost meets Sting in an interview recorded in Sydney recently.