U2 producer Daniel Lanois in intensive care after motorcycle crash

'Joshua Tree' producer cancels gig as a result of the crash

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Daniel Lanois has been placed in intensive care following a motorcycle crash.

The Quebec-born musician/producer, who is known for his production work on U2‘s 1987 album ‘The Joshua Tree’, suffered the accident recently in Los Angeles.

As a result, his London show with the Daniel Lanois Black Dub collective, which had been set for the Jazz Café venue on July 27, has been cancelled. Ticket holders can get refunds from points of purchase.

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