ANGEL OF HARLEM!

And, as before, the Icelandic songstress performs at the Riverside Church in Harlem...

ANGEL OF HARLEM!
BJORK returned to the RIVERSIDE CHURCH in HARLEM for a second 'secret' live performance last night (September 5).

As previously reported, the star premiered material from her current album 'Vespertine' at the New York venue to just a handful of ticketholders in May.

The star returned to the same venue last night (September 5) for a second 'secret' show, which was filmed for future broadcast on the US television station HBO. 100 tickets were on sale for the event, and the venue was only announced to those who managed to buy tickets.

Bjork played: 'Unravel'
'Frosti'
'Aurora'
'All Is Full Of Love'
'Undo'
'Generous Palmstroke'
'Pagan Poetry'
'Possibly Maybe'
'Cocoon'
'Isobel'
'Hidden Place'
'Anchor Song'
'Venus As A Boy'
'Our Hands'

Bjork was in the US for an appearance on the American chat show 'The Late Show With David Letterman' on Tuesday (September 4), during a break from touring Europe.
[o]She returns to the UK later this month for a show at the English National Opera (September 23).

Pictures from the show are available on the official Bjork website, www.bjork.com.

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