FOR 24 HOURS ONE DAY PRIOR TO JULY 10 RELEASE DATE
Recorded live at Manchester, England’s MEN Arena in December of 2011, the career-spanning show, which also includes numerous tracks off the band’s recently released All You Need Is Now CD, is a stunning reminder why original members Simon Le Bon, John Taylor, Roger Taylor and Nick Rhodes continue to be a vibrant artistic force in pop music today. In fact, the band will be representing England when they headline the upcoming BT London Live Opening Ceremony Celebration Concert in Hyde Park, London for the 2012 Summer Olympics.
A Diamond In The Mind: Duran Duran Live In Concert 2011 will also be available on DVD, Blu-Ray, CD and in a Special Deluxe Edition that features all three formats plus bonus material, via Eagle Rock Entertainment on July 10 (North America). Duran Duran is currently wrapping up a world tour in support of All You Need Is Now, with dates in Europe in June and July, and the US throughout August.
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