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Ana Popovic launches You Got The Love video

Ana Popovic

Ana Popovic has released a video for her track You Got The Love.

It’s taken from Trilogy, the three-volume album she released earlier this month, covering the genres of blues, jazz and funk. It includes guest appearances by Joe Bonamassa, Robert Randolph, Bernard Purdie and others.

Popovic recently said: “All these genres have a huge base in the blues. I wanted to give people a lot of music. It’s a very exciting project.”

Popovic is currently touring Europe, with dates in North America to follow.

Ana Popovic tour dates

May 31: Belgrade Hangar, Serbia
Jun 01: Oss Groene Engel, Netherlands
Jun 02: Leeuwarden Neushoorn, Netherlands
Jun 03: Holland International Blues Festival, Netherlands
Jun 04: Western Maryland Blues Festival, MD
Jun 05: New York Highline Ballroom, NY
Jun 06: Teaneck Mexicali Live, NJ
Jun 07: Woonsocket Chan’s, RI
Jun 08: Shirley Bull Run, MA
Jun 09: Fairfield STC Stage One, CT
Jun 10: Portland One Longfellow Square, ME
Jun 11: Norfolk Infinity Music Hall, CT
Jun 12: Londonderry Tupelo Music Hall, NH
Jun 25: Kansas City Blues Cruise Reunion, MO
Jun 27: Seattle Jazz Alley, WA
Jun 28: Seattle Jazz Alley, WA
Jun 29: Vancouver Coastal Jazz, BC
Jun 30: Victoria Jazz Festival, BC
Jul 02: White Rock Blue Frog Studios, BC
Jul 03: Mt Vernon Lincoln Theatre, WA
Jul 14: Gravenhurst Peter’s Players, ON
Jul 15: Mon Tremblant Blues Festival, QC
Jul 16: Moscow Rendezvous in the Park, ID
Jul 17: Boise Blues Festival, ID
Jul 25: Mill Valley Sweetwater Music Hall, CA
Jul 28: Oroville Feather Falls Casino, CA
Jul 28: Red Bluff State Theatre, CA
Jul 30: Reno Boomtown Blues Festival, NV

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