With more than 1 million UK fans snapping up copies of Feeder’s copious albums it won’t be long before tickets for the award-winning rock band’s Gloucester gig this November sell-out.
In fact the band’s eight-date tour to promote their latest album Silent Cry, in May, sold-out in six hours – so if you want to be singing along with ‘Buck Rogers’, ‘Tumble and Fall’ and the anthemic ‘High’, book your tickets for the GL1 concert on Saturday 29 November 2008 smartish.
While Feeder needs little introduction, what you might not know is that they have recorded 24 UK top 75 singles, and eight UK top 75 albums – snatching up a plethora of awards while they were at it.
This year Grant Nicholas, Taka Hirose, and Mark Richardson have been busy boys playing the iTunes, Reading and Leeds, T in the Park, and Isle of Wight Festivals over the summer of 2008.
Kicking-off the trio’s first national tour in October 2008, Gloucestershire fans of Feeder won’t want to miss this concert in the county.
Event: Feeder concert
Date: Saturday 29 November 2008
Times: Doors open at 7pm
Tickets: Cost £23.50, available from the GL1 box office on (01452) 396699.
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