Apple Music Hosting Exclusive Concert in Paris Featuring Artist 'Christine and the Queens'

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As it has in the past for artists like P!nk and Shawn Mendes, Apple Music this month will host a special performance of new music from artist Christine and the Queen's upcoming album "Chris" (via iGeneration) At the same time, those in attendance will see the exclusive debut of a new Apple Music film that goes behind-the-scenes of the making of "Chris."


The concert takes place on Thursday, September 13 at 7:00 p.m. local time at the Salle Pleyel concert hall in Paris, France. Following the exclusive show, the film "Apple Music Presents: Chris" will launch on the streaming service on Friday, September 14. The full new album by Christine and the Queens will then launch one week later on September 21.

Join Christine and the Queens and Apple Music for a special performance of new music from the forthcoming album Chris, and an exclusive screening of the Apple Music film of the same name - which is a look into the titular character that inspired it all.

Chris is an intimate peek into the intrepid French singer-songwriter-producer's creative process while she writes and records her forthcoming album, a daring exploration of self and sexuality, identity and perception.

Apple Music has been increasing the number of both special performances and exclusive documentaries on its platform lately, releasing short films about Kesha's "Rainbow" and Ed Sheeran's "Divide" over the last couple of weeks. In May, Apple's streaming service hosted a one-night-only Shawn Mendes concert in Los Angeles, which was recorded and uploaded to Apple Music in its entirety.

Similar to that concert, Christine and the Queen's performance appears to be free for attendees, and those interested (over the age of 16) can navigate to this page to fill out a form and apply for tickets. According to Apple, those who win will receive a ticket for themselves and one guest.

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25 months ago
The comment section over here has become pretty bad in general but whenever it‘s about Apple Music or movie/show projects it‘s especially bad. Probably attracts those who think their taste is absolutely superior and they have to let others know to feel better. Pretty childish in my opinion.
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25 months ago

Who?



she can do stuff
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25 months ago
Who?
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25 months ago
I know nothing of their music, but the name sounds like a generic Florence and the Machine.
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25 months ago

Who and the who?

She has had a skyrocketing career over the last 4 years here in the UK, after reaching phenomenal success in France. 1st album in 2014, translated in English in 2015 (!), 2nd album released this year. Have a listen!
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I know nothing of their music, but the name sounds like a generic Florence and the Machine.

Ha. She actually toured in the US with Marina and the Diamonds ;-)
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25 months ago
I love this group!!! They sound like everyone else. Exquisite.
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