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Re: Venues.

Postby liamgallagher » 06 Nov 2010, 15:59

Shepherd's Bush Empire for tee off would be great. Mega atmosphere, perfect size. Early February and then Arenas by the end of 2011 when the album's out. I'm keeping fingers crossed for an impromptu set at the Pretty Green gig later this month.
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Re: Venues.

Postby karlh21 » 06 Nov 2010, 17:03

im liking the sound of this, what did you think of the stadium of light ? Again perhaps if crowds pick up, seaham hall is f**king sensational haha! Hope all goes well recording the album 100% faith in ya liam.
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Re: Venues.

Postby goatatown » 06 Nov 2010, 18:22

small venues with expensive ticket prices ala Brown and Ashcroft
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Re: Venues.

Postby Thompson1993 » 06 Nov 2010, 18:25

I dont care what kind of venue they play as long as they come to Dublin :)
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Re: Venues.

Postby goatatown » 06 Nov 2010, 18:26

Thompson1993 wrote:I dont care what kind of venue they play as long as they come to Dublin :)

8-)
off topic but I can't believe The Coral aren't coming to Dublin on their present tour
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Re: Venues.

Postby Rolo » 06 Nov 2010, 18:33

I think to start off with they will play a few small arenas then gradually get bigger as time goes on.
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Re: Venues.

Postby Paul Ince » 06 Nov 2010, 19:03

Rolo wrote:I think to start off with they will play a few small arenas then gradually get bigger as time goes on.

You're a smart kid.
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Re: Venues.

Postby mahoney » 06 Nov 2010, 20:03

8 nights at wembley stadium

no gigs in manchester
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Re: Venues.

Postby whatever! whatever! whatever! » 06 Nov 2010, 20:05

Well, they really are not an emerging group (and this is proved by all the fans they have here even if they haven't published anything yet!) so a lot of Oasis' ex-fans will probably go to their gigs, and Oasis' ex-fans are a fuckin' lot of people.
I am a little scared about the perspective of a decreasing crowd, 'cos all of the fans they have now really are fans of what they did before under another name, with another main songwriter, etc so maybe someone who was a madferit won't be attracted for long by Beady Eye.
They are not growing as all of the newborn bands usually do because they start from a really high spot and with some really high expectations. If they don't make these expectations true, Beady Eye's whole career will be a down-directed parabola.
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Re: Venues.

Postby BDE1 » 06 Nov 2010, 21:58

Well hopefully they will play in my lounge....
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Re: Venues.

Postby Craig_Fairlie » 06 Nov 2010, 21:59

Caird Hall (Dundee) would be convient for me,Only 20 minutes down the road :D
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Re: Venues.

Postby Marcos_Harston » 07 Nov 2010, 03:22

mahoney wrote:8 nights at wembley stadium

no gigs in manchester



somehow I don't see that as likely..not sure why tho
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Re: Venues.

Postby jarcornoe » 07 Nov 2010, 09:27

Small venues at the beginning! They are not Oasis, so they shouldn't act like if they were
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Re: Venues.

Postby sketchead » 08 Nov 2010, 01:02

smallish venues for sure. Without proper hit singles Beady Eye will simply pass over the casual fans. The oasis die hard can only do so much
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Re: Venues.

Postby THE ARMY™ » 08 Nov 2010, 01:22

Marcos_Harston wrote:I think they could do smaller shows and if it gets big enough make a second pass in bit bigger venues. I wouldn't mind seeing them at the Air Canada Center in Toronto but thats a pretty big place.. What the arena in Vancouver GM Place? A small venue would do me because I know they will do some Oasis stuff and I could be at the front. I think Liam would sound amazing as well this way he doesnt have to scream over thousands and his voice can shine...no pun intended


Remove the Canada thing, and I think that's the most sensible thing BDI shudda be doing and we gotta be expecting and admiring..stuff like Marcos said they should be starting witht - smaller, compact venues around the world (like Air Canada Centre).
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Re: Venues.

Postby Marcos_Harston » 08 Nov 2010, 07:13

I wish I had seen them back then especially the acoustic show in Toronto would have been a dream
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Re: Venues.

Postby Rickenbacker » 08 Nov 2010, 08:09

Saw one of the last Oasis gigs in the US--Staples Center in Los Angeles. Not sure if they had issues with filling the venue, but they switched up our seats last minute, stating that the band 'wanted it that way.' Better seats in all. Hopefully, Beady Eye will return to southern California, maybe at the smaller Nokia Theater venue. They may even play San Diego if I get lucky.
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Re: Venues.

Postby Rainy » 08 Nov 2010, 14:23

I reckon they'll do The London Acadamy's. maybe even throw in a couple of random one's...i.e Barrowlands in Glasgow. Maybe the Apollo in Manchester?
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Re: Venues.

Postby JockStein » 08 Nov 2010, 14:33

HeinekenMusicHall would be nice, and I'm sure Ahoy' would easily be a sellout too!
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Re: Venues.

Postby Jacob_Dyck » 08 Nov 2010, 15:44

I think Liam and crew have every intention of starting off with small gigs. Not because they have to, but because they can.
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Re: Venues.

Postby syed_druglord » 08 Nov 2010, 16:00

i reckon they should come on over to Brooklyn....and play some little bars....that's the way Beady Eye can get rollin in the US....it all starts in Brooklyn when it comes to NYC....which kickstarts the US.
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Re: Venues.

Postby martinhandley » 08 Nov 2010, 17:40

York Fibbers i reckon. Courteeners did it earlier this year.
mad fer it.
f**k Noel Gallagher, Liam was the success behind Oasis.
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Re: Venues.

Postby dsam » 08 Nov 2010, 18:46

Bring back pub rock like in the 60s!
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Re: Venues.

Postby gash1987 » 08 Nov 2010, 19:10

they will start off in small venues of a couple of thousand such as newcastle academy thats my guess anyway 8-)
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Re: Venues.

Postby Mr__Writer » 08 Nov 2010, 19:17

Kings of Leon need support for their UK stadium tour may / june 2011 would love to see the boys sign up for that then I can see them @ the Stadium of Light again
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