Lost City Lights are an alternative rock band based in Glasgow, formed in mid-2009. After completing their second U.K. tour and releasing singles digitally worldwide; “Fading With the Memories” and “Radio Superman” they are looking to take their explosive live performance to the next level. Having supported Funeral for a Friend, Twin Atlantic, Tommy Reilly and Sky Larkin in the last 6 months the band have gained an astounding reputation on the live scene in both their hometown and around the U.K.
Archive for September, 2010
Michael Jackson has always been a brand that sells loads and since his death in 2009 his personal items have been sold and auctioned throughout the world with great success. Seasoned auctioneers are saying that the bidding should start at 7 thousand dollars and it is expected to sell for a lot more.
The tour included countries such as Japan, Australia, USA and all over Europe … it ended in 1989.
3 new online stores have added Amplified clothing to their collections. Check them out……
1. Choice Store
Choice Ltd is a mens and womens designer-wear independent with five stores in Kent, Essex and London Docklands. The company has been trading since 1993. The first store opened in Romford, Essex and specialised in men’s branded fashion.
Sa-kis have an unfaltering aspiration to provide their customers with an idyllic blend of garments ranging from the finest independent labels to world established brands.
3. Richmond Classics
April 1st 1988 saw the arrival of Richmond Classics in Bournemouth, a small store, 1500 square foot in a secondary position off Bournemouth Square at 9 Richmond Hill, where the Richmond Classics name came from!
In the meantime she is looking gorgeous with her Amplified Ramones T-Shirt
Lady Gaga and Armani have teamed up and signed a multimillion dollar deal. This deal involves the designer making costumes for Lady Gaga for the forthcoming tour in December. Although there is still not enough info on what the designer and Gaga are coming up with but Lady Gaga is the first artist that Armani has ever designed a specific gown. Celebrities have previously chosen their designer wear from a existing collection.
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Ian Matthews – Kasabian drummer, is performing with his second band at a Jazz Bar. Ian Matthews is returning to his second band for a gig in Pizza Express Jazz Club at the Soho branch.
Kasabian are currently taking a break….
Back in 2007, a mysterious garage rock group released an album called Stop Drop and Roll!. They called themselves the Foxboro Hot Tubs, but their distinctive sound led many music lovers to compare them with the Californian band Green Day.
However, they weren’t entirely wrong. The members of Green Day started a second band, following their successful album “American Idiot” in 2006.
Mike Dirnt, Tre Cool and Billie Joe Armstrong under the pseudonym of Reverend Strychnine Twitch, had to admit the relationship and reveal their identities in a U.S. tour called the “Foxboro Hot Tubs Tour”.
“The only similarity between Green Day and Foxboro Hot Tubs is that we are the same band,” Armstrong told the magazine NME after telling all the truth. And was Armstrong right, because Foxboro’s music ain’t Green Day’s punk rock, instead they go for sixties sounds with a hint of the Beach Boys.
Green Day won’t disappear for now, but Foxboro Hot Tubs ain’t going nowhere either, and many of the Billie Joe followers are confident that they will surprise us again.
Rock legend Paul McCartney signs deal with Hewlett-Packard also known as HP to digitise The Beatles music and preserve it. Most of the artist artwork, films and videos, will also be digitized and parts of the collection will be open to fans.
The Beatles member quoted ”I’ve always been interested in creative ideas and new ways of reaching people, so this is a really exciting initiative for me. I hope it will allow people who might be interested to access parts of our archives they might otherwise not be able to,”