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01 July 2005 - 22:15
Lene Marlin in Germany from July 4th to 6th
The European promotional tour for Lene Marlin's third album "Lost In A Moment" goes on. From Monday July 4th on, Lene will be in Germany on a radio tour that will take her to six different cities in only three days.
Lene.it will thoroughly follow this important moment of Lene's new work's promotion: the German one is a high-level market and Lene seems to have got what it takes to conquer everybody, as proved by the success of the single "How Would It Be", which is fastly climbing the German airplay charts, and this week is at #26.
As we have said, Lene will be on German radios on July 4th, 5th, 6th. Among the main cities she'll visit there will be: Berlin and Hannover (Monday), Bremen and Hamburg (Tuesday) and Cologne (Wednesday). Lene will be guest in 11 radios altogether, and she will be playing live one song (or mabye more) seven times. All the interviews will be recorded.

Today we'll tell about the appointments scheduled for July 5th: Lene will be guest on Radio NDR 2 in Hamburg, where she'll be interviewed and will play one of her songs (we might guess, How Would It Be) in an acoustic live performance. "Lost In A Moment" will be NDR2's Album of the week (CD der Woche), as a testimony of the network's great interest towards Lene. NDR 2 has told us that the interview will be probably broadcast the same afternoon (we hope to tell you the exact time in the very next days), and then again on Thursday at 9 PM, inside "NDR 2 Soundcheck Neue Musik". The interview might be also put online on the NDR2's website. Don't forget that you can listen to the radio in live streaming on www.ndr2.de. More about Lene's visit to Germany to come soon!

#26   04 - Official German Radio Airplay
#6    03 - Radio Regenbogen
Symbols order: current position, state (new entry, up, down, standing), weeks spent in the chart, chart/playlist name


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