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MOSCO, July 15 (Itar-Tass) - American singer Lana Del Ray will play her first show in Moscow’s Crocus City Hall on Monday.
“The star’s show should have taken place on June 8, however it was postponed over her bad health,” the show’s organizer said. “Lana is very much looking forward to returning to Russia and finally singing for her Russian fans. She will perform in Russia her new album “Born to Die: Paradise Edition.”
Organizers said her show’s set list includes songs from Lana Del Ray’s last album, but she will also sing her signature songs. Undoubtedly, during her first concert in Russia the American star, whose voice is compared with that of Nancy Sinatra or Amy Winehouse, will sing the songs that made her famous - Summertime Sadness, Blue Jeans, National Anthem, ets.
Her fans will be also able to hear her Young and Beautiful, a soundtrack for Baz Luhrmann’s “The Great Gatsby” adaptation.
The star, whose real name is Elizabeth Woolridge Grant, became famous in 2011 after she released the video for her song Video Games. In October 2011 Lana Del Rey won a Next Big Thing Q Award and in 2012 she won the award for best international female at the Brit Awards.
After Moscow Lana Del Ray’s next gig is in St. Petersburg on July 17.