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Imogen Heap to Play the Fillmore on June 2

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​Imogen Heap is best known through her previous band, Frou Frou. Their most popular song off of their first and only album, Details, was featured in countless TV shows and movies like Garden State, Shrek 2, and The Holiday. Heap's second solo album, Speak for Yourself, really launched her into limelight with her song "Hide and Seek" appearing in the season finale of TV show The O.C., and subsequently becoming a viral video when it was used in a spoof of that episode on Saturday Night Live.

But her latest album, Eclipse, released last August has released the same--if not more--acclaim. It reached #5 on the US Billboard Top 200 Charts, #2 on US Billboard Top Digital Albums and #1 on US Billboard's top Electronic Albums.

She'll start Leg 6 of her North American Tour in Detroit in late May, and make her way to The Fillmore Miami Beach on June 2nd, with support from Geese and Ben Christophers. You can get your tickets on Ticketmaster or Live Nation. They're $27.75 General Admission (plus taxes, of course). If you want to get a tiny bit of a deal, you can get your tickets for $23.25 if you buy them in multiples of four.

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