By John Curley
According to her official Web site, PJ Harvey will be performing in a live webcast from Paris on Monday, February 14th. The statement from www.pjharvey.net read as follows:
To mark the release Let England Shake, PJ Harvey will debut her new album live in a one-off, special show from Paris next Monday February 14th. The show will be streamed live on Monday night at 8pm GMT by the French music site Deezer and the cultural channel ARTE . The webcast will also be available on the official PJ Harvey site.
The webcast will start at 3 p.m. Eastern in the United States. Harvey’s Let England Shake album is being released on Monday in the UK and the following day in the United States. Her tour in support of the album starts on Friday, February 18th in Brussels. There are three scheduled tour stops in the United States so far—April 14th at the Warfield in San Francisco, April 17th at the Coachella Festival in Indio, CA, and April 20th at Terminal 5 in New York City.
Harvey’s Let England Shake album can be heard in its entirety on NPR’s Web site until its American release on Tuesday, February 15th. To listen to the album, go to http://www.npr.org/2011/02/06/133495228/first-listen-pj-harvey-let-england-shake.
Harvey has been doing numerous radio and TV appearances in the UK to promote the album. She was recently interviewed for The Guardian’s Music Weekly program, which you can hear at http://www.guardian.co.uk/music/musicblog/audio/2011/feb/11/pj-harvey-let-england-shake.
BBC-TV’s The Culture Show featured an interview with Harvey this past Thursday, February 10th. The interview can be seen by clicking below:
Harvey will be the Artist In Residence on XFM London’s Xposure program this coming week. She will perform a live session for XFM London and discuss the album with DJ John Kennedy.
For additional information on PJ Harvey and Monday’s webcast, go to her official Web site at www.pjharvey.net.