Since his landmark 1989 debut, Lenny Kravitz has sold over 35 million albums, won four Grammy awards, and captivated the American public with his retro-rock style music. His 2012 tour is a celebration of his latest album, Black and White America, inspired by his time spent in a tiny village in the Bahamas. Calling this record the "best work he's done to date" and a peak in both the range and focus of his music, Kravitz is determined to make the live show different than any he's played before, featuring a whole horn section and a choir of singers. Fri 8 p.m.Date: Feb 10, 2012 9:00 pm
Venue: Temple Hoyne Buell Theatre
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