|To Get Her Together|
|Studio album by Anouk|
|Released||20 May 2011|
|Label||EMI Group 50999 0830572 5|
|Singles from To Get Her Together|
To Get Her Together is the seventh studio album from the Dutch singer Anouk. The album was released on 20 May 2011 via the record label EMI.
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At the end of 2011 Anouk announced through her official website that she will be taking a hiatus from performing live. Before her hiatus she will perform 2 times at the Gelredome Stadium and 1 time at the Antwerp Arena.
|8 March 2012||Arnhem||Netherlands||Gelredome|
|12 March 2012||Arnhem||Netherlands||Gelredome|
|24 March 2012||Antwerp||Belgium||Sportpaleis|
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