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Austin Mahone Tour Dates in EuropeAustin Mahone will be in Europe in June to promote his debut album, The Secret, which will be released on May 27th. The American singer announced on Twitter yesterday the first stages of his promotional tour in Europe.  Austin has already released several dates, however, more may be added very shortly.

The first European show by Austin was announced in April and covers the concert that the American singer held in London on June 23. During the day yesterday, however, Austin has announced additional dates for his European promotional tour, sending him into the raving Mahomies of Europe. Austin will meet with French fans June 25 at Le Trabendo in Paris, then Germany will move in for a double leg. On June 27, Austin Mahone will be at C-Club in Berlin, while the date is June 28 at the Gloria, Cologne.

Faced with all these stages in Europe, the Italian Mahomies expected a date in Italy, but at least for the day yesterday, Austin has not announced visits anywhere else. But if you read one of our recent articles on Austin’s site, you know that the singer said he plans a visit to Italy in the near future. Indeed, on April 14, Austin was interviewed in the Canadian program The Morning Show, where he told “[…] It’s great because I can go to places that I never thought to visit. I go to Japan, Mexico, Brazil, Italy […]”!


Jonas BrothersUniversal Music Group has struck a deal with Disney Music Group’s Hollywood Records to license the Jonas Brothers’ self-titled album for Europe. “Jonas Brothers” will be released in Europe by Polydor Records in June, preceded by the first single, “S.O.S,” in late May.

“This band is one of our key priorities for Europe,” comments Max Hole, executive VP, Universal Music Group International in a statement, “and we are keen on creating the same phenomenon in the region that has taken hold in the U.S.”

UMG also has distribution rights for “Jonas Brothers” in Canada and Latin America.

The loser in this deal is EMI Music, which missed the chance to extend on its current international distribution deal for the album. “Someone within the old (EMI) management chose not to pick up the option,” says an EMI source. “I don’t know why they wouldn’t.”

Earlier in the year, the teen pop band, whose album is certified platinum in the United States, signed a two-year, multi-million-dollar worldwide touring deal with Live Nation.

Jonas Brothers will appear as special guests on Avril Lavigne’s European tour, kicking off May 26 at Glasgow’s Carling Academy.

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