(EMI) Amos Lee will be a guest on NPR's All Things Considered the week his new album, Mission Bell, is released by Blue Note Records.
Mission Bell streets on January 25th. Lee will also appear on NBC's The Tonight Show With Jay Leno on January 26th, CBS's The Early Show on February 18th, and on PBS's Tavis Smiley (airdate TBA).
Mission Bell will premiere on MSN's music site (www.music.msn.com) on January 18th. Visitors will be able to stream the album in its entirety for the week leading up to its January 25th release.
The first single from Mission Bell, Lee's fourth album for EMI's Blue Note Records, is "Windows Are Rolled Down," which was released digitally in November. After just six weeks, "Windows Are Rolled Down" is already No. 14 on the AAA chart with airplay on over 60 stations.
The track will be available as a Starbucks Pick of the Week iTunes download beginning January 26th. Starbucks Pick of the Week cards are available free at more than 8,000 stores in the U.S.
Having already announced the winter and spring legs of his 2011 U.S. headlining tour in support of Mission Bell, Lee has just announced new shows for the month of April, including a performance for NPR's Mountain Stage live music program, broadcast from Charleston, West Virginia, on April 24th.