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Diverse music stars set for September fest
Five-piece boy band One Direction will be performing on the 20th of September, with singers Zayn Malik, Niall Horan, Louis Tomlinson, Liam Payne and Harry Styles no doubt set to treat crowds to hits from their (thus far) only album, Up All Night.
But before the British crooners have had the chance to perform, singer Usher, the man behind such hits as Burn and You Make Me Wanna… is also set to appear at the Roundhouse in London, it has been confirmed.
He's going to be entertaining Londoners and anyone else lucky enough to attend as the month begins, on the 1st of September.
Next up, Jack White - famed for The White Stripe's hit Seven Nation Army, which was recently the subject of a version by Marcus Collins – is going to be singing on the 8th of the month. His current record is called Blunderbuss.
And on September the 10th Nora Jones, who recently came out with new LP Little Broken Hearts, will also be gigging as part of the fest.
Many other music makers will also be taking part in the event, according to its website.
Published by AW.Posted on 15 May 2012 11:51 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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