May 26, 2011



“Fear Of Falling,” Robertson’s New Single Featuring Eric Clapton
And Steve Winwood, Goes To Radio June 20th

Robertson Will Be Appointed To The Order Of Canada Tomorrow

Robbie Robertson will perform with The Roots on “Late Night With Jimmy Fallon” on Thursday, June 9th. How To Become Clairvoyant, Robertson’s latest album, debuted at No. 13* on The Billboard 200 and entered the Top Current Canadian Album Chart at No. 8.

On Friday, May 27th, Robertson will be invested into the Order of Canada, one of the country’s highest civilian honors. Fans can view a live webcast of the ceremony at at 10:30 a.m. ET. Robertson, who was inducted into the Canadian Songwriter Hall of Fame earlier this year, will be featured in the Canadian Recording Artists stamp series issued next month by Canada Post.

“Fear of Falling,” the follow-up to Robertson’s Top 10 single “He Don’t Live Here No More,” will go to Triple A radio on June 20th. Hailed by People as a “soulful standout” on How To Become Clairvoyant, “Fear of Falling” was written by Robertson and Eric Clapton. The two trade off on guitar and vocals and are joined by the legendary Steve Winwood on organ.

The Limited Edition Collector’s Set of How To Become Clairvoyant (429 Records/Macro-Biotic Records) is available for pre-order now at Limited to 2,500 signed copies, it includes the album in vinyl, digital and CD formats plus 10 bonus tracks, provided on both CD and vinyl, a DVD with multi-track files of three songs, an art book, exclusive lithographs by Richard Prince, Anton Corbijn and David Jordan Williams and a set of tarot cards designed especially for the collection.

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