Friday, 29 July 2011

The Killers broke his bestselling debut album

Rockers The Killers broke his bestselling debut album at the 2004 Hot Fuss for the songs to work on.

The Human hitmakers first started training at the drummer Ronnie Vannucci's garage but complex work schedule means he can only practice at night.

He tells Nme magazine, "We'd break into the percussion room, use all the stuff, and carefully put everything back. We practised for hours. I can remember writing Glamorous Indie Rock and Roll and Somebody Told Me in that room."

Wednesday, 13 July 2011

The Killers frontman Brandon Flowers perform at the transvestite bars

The Killers frontman Brandon Flowers sent out an American band used to perform at the transvestite bars.

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The singer with the band currently performed at T In The Park and he asked where was the strangest is that he had performed.

He said to NME: 'In the early days [of the band] it was notorious that The Killers played at transvestite bars.'

Flowers, before reuniting with the band are working on their individual work.

Speaking about the differences between being a solo act and part of a band, he said: 'The Killers are always my band, and it's what I would prefer to be doing.

'We've made an impact, so that's the outlet to do something. We want to do great things.'

Tuesday, 5 July 2011

The Killers band's member said about his solo projects

The Killers band's member said about his solo projects, among them 'no rivalry' is.

Frontman Brandon Flowers again perform at London's Hard Rock Calling event but they have been working on their new own projects.

V Festival

Drummer Ronnie Vannucci says they wants to help each other or with each other than they are.

He told UK newspaper the Daily Star: 'I feel like they support me and I feel like I support them. There's no rivalry. I'd never even thought of it like that. It'd be cool if there was, though.'

Vannucci 35-years-old has also set a record label.

He said: 'I started a label but I don't know what I'm doing with that yet. Right now it's more of a function of putting my record out. Maybe I'll invest in a second solo album, or I'll give the money away to my family.'