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  • Florence + the Machine Radio City Music Hall Show to Air on Fuse Tuesday

    Mon, 07 May 2012 09:31:10

    Florence + the Machine Radio City Music Hall Show to Air on Fuse Tuesday - Tune in at 9 PM ET

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    Fuse, the national music television network of The Madison Square Garden Company, and MSG Entertainment have confirmed that Florence + the Machine's sold out performance from Radio City Music Hall will air live on Fuse on Tuesday, May 8 at 9 PM ET. Airing in HD, Fuse Presents: Florence + the Machine Live from Radio City Music Hall, will feature songs from the band's current album Ceremonials and their breakthrough Lungs. Oh, we're so there, on our couch, enjoying our favorite English redhead and her beautiful vox.

    "Fuse's unique access to Madison Square Garden venues, such as the legendary Radio City Music Hall, gives the network an unparalleled opportunity to share with its viewers some of the most remarkable performances in the world," said Mike Bair, president, MSG Media. "Florence + the Machine fans lucky enough to be in the audience on May 8 will get an intimate look at a band more accustomed to playing arenas than theaters, but thanks to Fuse's national reach, any music lover with a television will have a front row seat as well."

    Will you tune in?

    —Maggie Pannacione
    05.07.12



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