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Live at Casino de Paris

Lianne La Havas

Year: 2016

Runtime: 01:02:19

The sold out show at the Casino de Paris was a liberating and celebratory experience as Lianne La Havas performed cuts off her acclaimed 2015 album Blood, including such tracks as "Green and Gold," "Midnight" and "Wonderful." In addition to previous fan favorites and singles off her past work, Lianne dedicated the song "Unstoppable" to the Parisian people in regards to the terrorist attack there, which originally caused her to postpone the show.

Lianne La Havas Available In:

Folk, R&B, Soul

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