October 11-17, the week’s music events: Lenny Kravitz, Pink keep touring; Paris honors Miles Davis

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In the week of October 11-17, American rock star Lenny Kravitz launches a three-week American tour celebrating the 20th anniversary of his début album, Let Love Rule; American pop-rock singer Pink continues her worldwide Funhouse Tour by returning to Europe for two months of shows; and the "We Want Miles" exhibition opens in Paris, to honor the life and times of late American jazz legend Miles Davis.

Lenny Kravitz Tour (US)
October 11-November 1

American rock singer Lenny Kravitz continues to celebrate the 20th anniversary of his début album, 1989's Let Love Rule, with a brief American concert tour. Following a brief six-date residency at the Fillmore at Irving Plaza in New York City, Kravitz leads his band through five more states before wrapping things up at the Voodoo Experience music festival in New Orleans, Louisiana.
States: New York, Connecticut, New Jersey, North Carolina, Georgia, Massachusetts, Louisiana
www.lennykravitz.com

Pink: Funhouse Tour (Europe)
October 14-December 20

Following a mega-successful touring run in the US, American pop-rock singer Pink returns to Europe with the Funhouse Tour. As an opening act for American pop star Justin Timberlake in 2007, Pink was known for spinning from concert arena ceilings on silk curtains. Expect more of the same, with various acrobatic stunts and inflatable evil clowns thrown in for good measure.
Countries: Ireland, UK, Scotland, Belgium, Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Prague, Germany, Switzerland, Austria
www.pinkspage.com

Miles Davis "We Want Miles" Exhibition (France)
October 16-January 17

The life and legacy of late American jazz legend Miles Davis is celebrated with a three-month exhibition at the Musée de la Musique of Paris, France. Organized with support from Miles Davis Properties, the exhibit features images of Davis from celebrated photographers, concert video excerpts, works of art, sculpture and paintings inspired (and sometimes created) by Davis, rare instruments played by the famed trumpeter, and more. Davis played the last concert of his life at La Villette in Paris, and the "We Want Miles" show pays tribute to his life and times at the same location.
Musée de la Musique
Paris, France
www.cite-musique.fr/anglais/evenement.aspx?id=10480

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