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CURT SMITH AND ZOE KEATING

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BEAUTIFUL MUSIC TOGETHER

The pure, soaring voice of Curt Smith, singer, songwriter, musician, is instantly recognizable to millions of worldwide fans of 'Tears For Fears,' the British duo he co-founded in 1981 with Roland Orzabal. After a long separation, they reformed TFF for 2004's "Everybody Loves A Happy Ending," which resulted in a worldwide tour. Smith released his autobiographical, "Halfway, Pleased" CD in 2006, and has a new single being released on January 24th, featuring San Francisco cellist, Zoe Keating, titled "All Is Love."

Armed with just her cello and a small box of electronics, Zoë Keating is a one-woman orchestra. She records layer upon layer of cello, her feet dancing over an array of pedals to transform her solo performances into multipart works. Canadian born and classically trained, Keating has worked with a wide range of artists, including Grammy nominated Imogen Heap, Grammy and Academy Award winner Mark Isham, The Dresden Dolls, and others. From 2002 to 2006 she was a member of the cello-rock trio Rasputina. Most recently, Zoë has been composing music for film and ballet.

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