Monday, 27 December 2010

The Killers Unveil Christmas Single 'Boots'

The Christmas Single Boots have been unveiled by The Killers Band and they expressed that the song is available to download.Boots continues to the band's tradition of releasing a festive single

The video demonstrates the Brandon Flower -fronted band in their hometown of Las Vegas.

The Killers band members had been seen once again together with the charity (RED), which raises money for the Global Fund to fight AIDS in Africa.

"Our Christmas single with (RED) is one of our traditions as a band," Flowers said. "We didn't want to let it fall by the wayside just because we're on hiatus; this cause is too important."

The song is available now as digital download and will also be released on CD on December 7 at select stores.

The Killers are currently on hiatus, although they are expected to release a new album in 2011.

Friday, 10 December 2010

The Killers: Release new christmas song

The Killers band will release a single of christmas support of (Red). At iTunes, amazon available the "Boots" globally.

In Africa another digital provider with proceeds to go to the Global Fund to help fight AIDS. A video of the individual and the directed byUtahn Jared Hess ("Napoleon Dynamite").

The Killers front man Brandon Flowers said on press, “Our Christmas single with (RED) is one of our traditions as a band. We didn’t want to let it fall by the wayside just because we’re on hiatus; this cause is too important. (RED) is an organization that we’re proud to help support, and we’re thrilled that Starbucks will be hosting our video for charity this year as well.”

Tuesday, 30 November 2010

Killers frontman Brandon Flowers to highlight Cosmopolitan’s opening night show

The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas has tapped Las Vegas native Brandon Flowers and other musicians to help open the new Strip resort on Dec. 15.

The Killers frontman will perform songs from his new album “Flamingo” at Cosmopolitan’s Boulevard Pool at 10 p.m. on opening night. The show will also be broadcast live on the Strip through the resort’s 65-foot digital marquee.

Also performing on Dec. 15 will be Mayer Hawthorne, Beats Antique and Australian sisters Liv and Mim Nevro, known as Nevro. The musicians will each perform at separate entertainment venues throughout the night beginning at 8 p.m.

The performers, with the exception of Flowers, with perform twice a night through Dec. 18.

“This entertainment experience is an indication of what’s to come,” Cosmopolitan Chief Executive John Unwin said.

The opening night performances will be followed by an unlikely pair of musicians, Coldplay and Jay-Z, on New Year’s Eve for the $3.9 billion resort’s grand opening celebration.

Saturday, 20 November 2010

The Killers Band To Release 2010 Christmas Single

The Killers Band who are recently going through a hiatus have decided to release Christmas Single this year

The Band has consistently released a Christmas Single since year 2006. This year, it will be "Boots", out November 30th.

All of their singles are released in support of World AIDS Day, which takes place this year on December 1st.

Meanwhile, The Killers are currently taking time apart as frontman Brandon Flowers concentrates on his solo music. This year saw him release debut album Flamingo.

This summer the group denied they are splitting and it's thought 2011 will see the arrival of their next studio album - the follow-up to 2008's Day & Age

Friday, 12 November 2010

Brandon Flowers To Stop Solo Career....!

Brandon Flowers, frontman of The Killer band has expressed that he will going to end up his current solo project ahead of the birth of his third child.

While the band was on hiatus the singer released his own album, Flamingo, in September (10). Currently the singer is touring Uk and has planned to perform in his hometown U.S.

Flowers also planning to spend some time with her wife Tana Munblowsky as they await the birth of their third child after he will get free from final gig in Michigan on 24 November (10)

He says, "This is winding down. This is not going to be as big of a campaign as The Killers."

Tuesday, 2 November 2010

The Killers Last Christmas

The Killers are one of my favourite bands. Last year on Christmas The Killers performs on a live concert and the band sounded phenomenal.They honestly sounded better than the recordings found on their CDs. Not only did they play tracks from their new album, they played all their crowd pleasers, and I mean every last one of them. I don’t think their was a disappointed fan in the music hall.

Like the last year we expect concert this Christmas from The Killers, they are one of the most popular English Band of the time.We want to see all of the vocalist, guitarist and musician all together once again on a platform to entertain there fans.

Monday, 6 September 2010

The Killers: Brandon Flowers is a Killer, Not a Gambler

Brandon Flowers has obsered on Xfm London that his probably a lot in life, but had he not joined The Killers, he would have been a worker in casino.
Flowers gladly said, “I’d be working at a casino likely. That’s what I did before. I was very exciting to work for this tips and the hustle and bustle.”
Allure was working in the City of Sin as a teenager, Flowers said to the allure, “When I was 16 years old, I was (in Vegas) and my parents living in another state. When I was that age, it was very fun.”
Flowers also announced that his return to the band he rode to stardom with such singles as “Somebody Told Me” and “Mr. Brightside” was impending.
He said, “The band are rest excited about having the time off”. “And then when we get back together we’ll do it all over again.”

Monday, 5 July 2010

The Killers play The White House

I remember when Paul McCartney was offered to play the Super Bowl Halftime show, he said something to the effect of it being “the greatest chance of his lifetime.” I chalked that up to him being an amiable brit, and quite possibly forgetting he was in The Beatles at one point in time. But The Killers playing On 4th July the White House might really be some sort of zenith for them, something for Old Man Flowers to tell his grandkids as he dandles them on his knee.
President Obama and First Lady Michelle hosted more than 1,200 military heroes and their families on the lawn of the White House last night in celebration of The 4th. The concert bill featured many great acts in addition to The Killers: Barack Obama, Cedric “The Entertainer”, Brandi Carlile, and our National Capital 4th Of July Fireworks Display.
Opener President Obama kept it concise, and avoided a boilerplate flag waving Independence Day platform, instead opting for a heart felt, passionate speech saluting our armed forces with words pregnant with patriotism and love for his country. You can tell this guy’s got some chops, and expect him to see him at bigger venues in the near future. Only complaint is I wish he would have thrown in a John Cougar Mellencamp cover or something.
And so then a little bit later The Killers, fresh off/on their hiatus, came out and did a truncated show leading into the fireworks display. The band didn’t skip a beat, pounding out singles from their catalogue while Flowers commanded the the stage. Highlights include God Bless America which comes off as one of the more earnest things The Killers have done currently, and When You Were Young into the fireworks display is most grand indeed. Check out the videos below.
Flowers’ solo album, Flamingo, is due out September 14th via Island Records.
The Killers Setlist:
Somebody Told Me
Mr. Brightside
A Dustland Fairytale
God Bless America
Read My Mind
When You Were Young

Saturday, 12 June 2010

The Killers: The Killers Cancel Tour But Deny Breaking Up

The Killers Cancel Tour But Deny Breaking Up was a top story in Feb. Here is the recap: The Killers canceled their Asian tour last month and now the Australian leg has been axed due to a family illness. A statement the band issued on their website announcing the latest cancelation and also denying reports of their demise as a band. Here is what they had to say:
The Killers had hoped that the Australian leg of their recent tour would be completed as planned, but due to the severity of the illness of a close family member, they regretfully announce the cancellation of their Sydney Enmore show as well as their shows at Good Vibrations Festival Sydney and Good Vibrations Festival Perth this weekend. The band excuse to their Australian fans and asks for their understanding. The Killers still intend to perform at the Good Vibrations Festival's Gold Coast and Melbourne shows next weekend.
The Killers would also like to take this chance to assure their fans that any concerns about the future of the band are unfounded. They are all looking forward to some time off at the end of this tour as they have been on the road for a long time, but there are no plans for an indefinite hiatus.

Tuesday, 8 June 2010

Announce free download to The Killers, Keane and Mumford and Sons side project

The Killers's members, Mumford & Sons, Keane and Noah And The Whale's new side project Mt Desolation have made a new track available as a free download.The band, which features The Killers' drummer Ronnie Vannucci, Noah And The Whale fiddle player Tom Hobden, banjo player Winston Marshall of Mumford & Sons and Keane's keyboard player/songwriter Tim Rice-Oxley, plus live bassist Jesse Quin, are inviting fans to download 'State Of Affairs', which is set to feature on their outgoing album. Their album of country songs was produced by Emery Dobyns in London, and will be released later in 2010.The collective have also announced plans for another one-off gig at the Lexington in London on July 7.

Thursday, 1 April 2010

Brandon Flowers' mother dies of cancer.

The Killers' Brandon Flowers' mother Jean Flowers has died of cancer, according to reports.

The band had cancelled a series of Asian and Australian gigs due to a 'family illness', prompting speculation about the band's future – however, are now reporting that Flowers' mother has passed away after suffering from brain cancer for two years. She was 64.

Monday, 1 March 2010

The Killers' Brandon Flowers' mother dies of cancer

The Killers' Brandon Flowers' mother Jean Flowers has died of cancer, according to reports.
The band had cancelled a series of Asian and Australian gigs due to a 'family illness', prompting speculation about the band's future – however, are now reporting that Flowers' mother has passed away after suffering from brain cancer for two years. She was 64.

Monday, 1 February 2010

The Killers cancel Asian tour

The Killers have cancelled their forthcoming Asian tour dates due to what they have called "unforeseen circumstances".The band had been set to play gigs in Singapore, Beijing, Hong Kong, Manila, Tokyo and Seoul within the next month but have scrapped the dates, they announced on their official website,

Brandon Flowers and co put a message on the site saying: "It is with great regret that The Killers have been forced to cancel their upcoming appearances," citing that "unforeseen circumstances involving a serious illness of a close family member", were behind the decision to pull the tour.

They added: "The band deeply apologizes to their fans and hopes to reschedule their shows in these cities soon, we hope you understand and respect our privacy at this difficult time."The Killers are still scheduled to play gigs in Australia, kicking off in Sydney on February 13