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Gnarls Barkley To Tour Arenas Across The U.S. With Red Hot Chili Peppers In Early '07

October 17th, 2006 10:39am EDT
Gnarls BarkleyGnarls Barkley is the irony-laden psychedelic soul project spearheaded by producer Danger Mouse and vocalist, lyricist, soul-funk-hip hop-experimenter, Cee-Lo Green which resulted in one of the most successful albums of 2006 so far – St. Elsewhere. Their first single, "Crazy" garnered more radio format play than any single in U.S. radio history -- with nine radio formats and a U.S. radio audience of nearly 100 million. With St. Elsewhere being a top five album in almost every country in Europe, the band was recently nominated for two MTV Europe Music Awards for best song and best video.

Red Hot Chili PeppersGnarls Barkley will now be making a three month arena tour of the U.S. with the Red Hot Chili Peppers beginning in early January of 2007. Additionally, a limited edition CD + DVD package of St. Elsewhere will be released November 7 and will include a 92 page booklet, four music videos and bonus songs from live performances.

Specific dates and venues for the Gnarls Barkley / Red Hot Chili Peppers US tour are to be announced.

Until you can see them live, watch the new video for Gnarls' cover of the Violent Femmes' "Gone Daddy Gone" here:

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