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Jonny Greenwood opening for Radiohead, playing Brooklyn movie theater

Radiohead at Austin City Limits 2016 (more by Tim Griffin)
Radiohead at Austin City Limits 2016 (more by Tim Griffin)

Jonny Greenwood, along with members of his Junun side project, will be in the house for a screening event at the Alamo Drafthouse Brooklyn on July 9 for the 2015 Paul Thomas Anderson-directed Junun documentary. There will also be a post-screening Q&A with Greenwood, and a live musical performance from Shye Ben Tzur and members of The Rajasthan Express. Alamo’s Instagram says Johnny will perform as well. Tickets are on sale now, but they’re going fast. You can watch the trailer and other excerpts from Junun below.

Meanwhile, Greenwood will, as part of Junun, be opening for his own band Radiohead on their upcoming North American tour. This includes the band’s sold-out four-night run at NYC’s Madison Square Garden that happen right after this screening event.

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