(New York, NY)- Today, Norwegian pop-art songstress Dagny has recorded a cover of the Andrea True 70’s classic “More, More, More” for Target’s new “More in Store” campaign. The song is available at all digital retailers via Republic Records.
Check out “More, More, More” here!
The Target “More in Store” campaign celebrates the store’s new lines A New Day, Goodfellow & Co and Project 62 alongside Target existing favorites Cat & Jack and Threshold. You can learn more about the new lines here and see the campaign’s ad which features Dany and “More, More, More” here!
Adding to this news, Dagny recently announced she will be heading out on tour this fall with LANY. The 35 date North American run kicks off September 25th at New Orleans House of Blues. The tour heads across the country to major cities and includes back to back performances at Irving Plaza in New York (October 14th & 15th), The Fillmore in San Francisco (October 29th & 30th) and The Wiltern in Los Angeles (November 3rd & 4th). See full tour dates below and tickets at this link!
This year has already been a massive for Dagny as she was selected for VEVO dscvr “Ones to Watch” for 2017 as well as released her current single “Wearing Nothing” which has over 8 million streams on Spotify. “Wearing Nothing” is the follow up track after DAGNY quietly sent shockwaves throughout the music industry in 2016. Post a high-profile Beats 1 premiere by tastemaker Zane Lowe, “Backbeat” transformed into a veritable smash, racking up a staggering nearly 30 million Spotify streams as Apple, Spotify, and Tidal pegged her as an “Artist To Watch” and Interview Magazine, NME, Nylon, Forbes, and more lauded her. She teamed up with BØRNS for “Fool’s Good,” which hit nearly 10 million streams and highlighted her Ultraviolet EP [Republic Records]. Beyond opening gigs for Sir Elton John and Sting, she performed everywhere from Øya Festival and Barn On The Farm to Citadel Festival and DCODE.
See below for more Dagny 2017 tour dates.
Dagny Fall Tour Dates With LANY:
September 25th New Orleans, LA House of Blues
September 26th Houston, TX House of Blues
September 27th Austin, TX Emo’s
September 28th Dallas, TX House of Blues
September 29th Tulsa, OK Cain’s Ballroom
October 2nd Orlando, FL The Beacham Theater
October 3rd F. Lauderdale, FL Revolution
October 5th Nashville, TN Marathon Music Works
October 6th Atlanta, GA The Buckhead Theatre
October 7th Carrborro, NC Cat’s Cradle
October 9th Silver Springs, MD The Fillmore
October 10th Philadelphia, PA Theatre of Living Arts
October 11th Boston, MA House of Blues
October 14th New York, NY Irving Plaza
October 15th New York, NY Irving Plaza
October 17th Detroit, MI Saint Andrews Hall
October 18th Toronto, ONT Danforth Music Hall
October 19th Columbus, OH Newport Music Hall
October 20th Chicago, IL House of Blues
October 21st Chicago, IL House of Blues
October 23rd Minneapolis, MN House of Blues
October 24th Kansas City, MO Truman
October 25th Denver, CO Ogden Theatre
October 26th Salt Lake City, UT Rockwell At The Complex
October 29th San Francisco, CA The Fillmore
October 30th San Francisco, CA The Fillmore
November 1st Las Vegas, NV Vinyl
November 2nd Phoenix, AZ The Van Buren
November 3rd Los Angeles, CA The Wiltern
November 4th Los Angeles, CA The Wiltern
November 6th Portland, OR Crystal Ballroom
November 7th Seattle, WA The Showbox
November 9th Vancouver, BC Vogue Theatre
November 11th Edmonton, AB Union Hall
November 12th Calgary, AB Macewan Ballroom