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James Blunt will make his debut on MyNetworkTV's music series, "Control Room Presents," on Saturday, October 20, 2007 at 9:00pm ET/PT (please check your local listings for channel.) This exclusive in concert performance includes hits from his new album, "All the Lost Souls," as well as the songs that made him famous, including "You're Beautiful" and "Goodbye." Fans will gain behind-the-scenes access, including an artist interview where Blunt talks passionately about the inspiration for his new album and the excitement of performing for his fans.
"Being able to perform live with my band in such an intimate setting is such a great thrill," says Blunt. "This was our first show for the new album, All the Lost Souls, and I am glad that our fans that weren't able to be there with us will have the opportunity to see it."
"Control Room Presents" is a music series, all in HD, offering fans a front row seat and back-stage pass to the hottest platinum-selling artists in the world. Recently showcasing Maroon 5 and John Mayer, "Control Room Presents" spans a range of performances from stadium concerts to intimate shows delivering a variety of artists and venues to music fans.
About Control Room
As the leading producer and distributor of world-class entertainment, Control Room's live music programming showcases the world's biggest artists from a variety of venues through multi-platform broadcasts via television, broadband and wireless platforms. Control Room has produced and distributed more than 80 live music events delivering the highest quality productions in the industry with 8-10 camera shoots in Native HD (1080p) and using Dolby 5.1 to ensure the most compelling audience experience. In 2007, Control Room produced the largest entertainment event in history, Live Earth. On July 7, 2007, the 7-continent, 24-hour music extravaganza featured 150 of the world's leading artists to raise awareness for the Climate Crisis with a message of solutions and personal responsibility.