ROBBIE ROBERTSON LAUNCHES HIS LATEST ALBUM, HOW TO BECOME CLAIRVOYANT, WITH PERFORMANCES ON "LATE SHOW WITH DAVID LETTERMAN" AND "THE VIEW" 
How To Become Clairvoyant Out March 29, 2011 in Canada 
Interviews on "Canada AM' on Wednesday March 30 and "George Stroumboulopoulos Tonight" Thursday March 31

Robbie Robertson will perform his Top 10 single "He Don't Live Here No More" on "Late Show with David Letterman" on April 5th, to celebrate the release of his new album, How To Become Clairvoyant (Macro-Biotic Records/429 Records/Fontana North). He'll also appear on "The View" on April 6th. Canadian fans will have a chance to see him on "Canada AM" on March 30 and on "George Stroumboulopoulos Tonight" on March 31. The shows will mark the Rock and Roll Hall of Famer's first television appearances in more than 10 years. 

NPR Music is giving fans an exclusive "First Listen" to How To Become Clairvoyant, streaming the album in its entirety for a week, beginning today. This Saturday, April 2nd, Robertson will be inducted into the Canadian Songwriters Hall of Fame (CSHF). In June, Canada Post will issue a stamp with Robertson's likeness as part of its Canadian Recording Artists stamp series. 

How To Become Clairvoyant features Eric Clapton, Steve WinwoodTrent Reznor, Tom Morello and Robert Randolph along with vocalists Angela McCluskeyRocco DelucaDana Glover and Taylor Goldsmith (Dawes). The collection was co-produced by Robertson and long-time collaborator Marius de Vries (Massive Attack, Bjork, Rufus Wainwright). 

"This soulful record is Robertson's best yet," observed Goldmine. "For all of the now-legendary songs that Robertson penned, he tended to shy away from writing about himself, which makes the revealing nature of his first album in more than ten years such a wonderful surprise," said Relix. "How To Become Clairvoyant finds Robertson tackling personal topics such as his breakup with The Band ('This Is Where I Get Off'), the guitarists who inspired his innovative sound ('Axman') and his early days backing Ronnie Hawkins ('When the Night Was Young')." 
In addition to the CD, three special editions of How To Become Clairvoyant will be available. 

The deluxe edition will include a second CD with demos of five of the album's tracks � "The Right Mistake," "He Don't Live Here No More," "Fear of Falling," "This Is Where I Get Off" and "Madame X" � and an outtake of "Houdini," a song that does not appear on the album. Starting April 5th, fans can pre-order a two-disc, gatefold edition of How To Become Clairvoyant on 180-gram vinyl and a limited edition collector's set at www.robbie-robertson.com. The collector's set includes the vinyl and CD editions of the album plus 10 bonus tracks, provided in both CD and vinyl formats, a DVD with three multi-track mixes, a 70-page, full-color book with album artwork, lithographs and additional art, and other cool extras such as a set of tarot cards designed especially for the collection.

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For information on ROBBIE ROBERTSON, contact: 
Kat Stewart, Fontana North 
416-961-1040 x277 
kat.stewart@maplemusicrecordings.com 
or visit: 
www.robbie-robertson.com 
www.429records.com

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