U2, Bob Dylan producer Daniel Lanois to play rare London show

Lanois to play with Black Dub at Camden's Jazz Café

U2, Bob Dylan producer Daniel Lanois to play rare London show
U2 producer Daniel Lanois will play a rare show in London with his current project Black Dub this summer.

The Canadian will play the Jazz Café in Camden with his band on July 27.

Lanois worked with Brian Eno to co-produce the 1984 U2 album 'The Unforgettable Fire', before the duo paired up again to work on the Irish rockers' follw-up, 1987's massive-selling 'The Joshua Tree'.

On Bono’s recommendation Lanois produced Bob Dylan’s 1989 album 'Oh Mercy' and later the Grammy Award-winning 'Time Out of Mind', released in 1997.

Lanois has also produced for Emmylou Harris and Willie Nelson, more recently working with Dashboard Confessional.

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